Stroud Film Festival

Stroud Film Festival is an annual event that takes place at independent venues across the town and beyond during the month of March.

The Festival is a collaboration between local films groups such as the Lansdown Film Club and Stroud Film Society and a number of  venues showing films which include Lansdown Hall, Stroud Valleys Artspace, Atelier, the Museum in the Park, the Prince Albert, the British School and The Electric Cinema in Wotton-Under-Edge.


As well as screenings the festival also features workshops, talks and special film events, including themed screenings with music, food and costume.

The festival is a non-profit collaboration between the venues and organisations involved.

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