The festival is not for profit. It involves a series of events throughout the year, but primarily for two weeks in March. It aims to create opportunities for a wide range of people to make films, meet film makers and to enjoy a broad variety of films. We’re keen to bring films from Stroud, Britain and around the world onto big screens in the town and to offer a programme of events which are about film and film making.
We would like to express thanks for the support it receives from the Stroud Town Council, Gloucestershire Digital Arts Forum, South West Film Hub, the BFI Film Audience Network and all the venues, organisations, volunteers and businesses involved in the production of the festival.