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2014 PLANS

CTVT is looking forward to delivering a range of projects in 2014, including the final film in a series of commissions from Sustrans; we launch our filmmaking project with Cavendish School in Southwark in late April; Mental Fight Club has relaunched its Dragon Cafe in Borough SE1 and CTVT will support the film and [...]

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Community TV Trust has developed a series of DVD projects, following its work on knife crime in 2005: they are Healthy Eating, Personalising Mental Health Care, Islam In Southwark, and Peckham Travellers. Recent plans for a Gangs DVD metamorphosed into a documentary about Shame buy viagra 100mg & Violence which was launched in July 2013. The latter [...]

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Community Media Forum Europe

Community TV Trust is now an organisational member of CMFE and is participating in their first conference being held in Cyprus. A plenary session on Day One featured a panel on community media and the Arab Spring with speakers from Tunisia, Egypt, Libya (by Skype from Benghazi), Syria, Jordan. An inspiring discussion with examples of [...]

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Future of Local Television

Chris Haydon, director of Community TV Trust, sat on a Westminster Media Forum panel in October with Greg Dyke, former Director General of the BBC, and other leading advocates of local TV in the UK. The CTVT position campaigning for online media practice rather than employing the broadcast model for local media puts CTVT in [...]

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CTVT/DCMS Meeting re Local Media: A Role for HMG

Chris Haydon, director of Community TV Trust, had a meeting yesterday with the Media Team at the Department of Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport. Haydon was invited in to brief the team on the work and views of CTVT in relation to the Hunt plans for local television. All along CTVT has opted for broadband/online [...]

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This week sees the launching of “STARRED UP”, a feature film addressing violent prisoners and their possible treatment. The screenplay by Jonathan Asser reflects his work in this field which we have captured in a documentary. It can be viewed on our Southwark TV YouTube channel –

Cavendish School – film project funded

We are delighted to announce that funding is through for our next school project: this will be with Cavendish School in Southwark who work with 11-16 year olds. The project will be a collaboration with playwright/actress Siren Turner and will be led by Chris Haydon, director of Community TV Trust. The start of the ten-week [...]

RADIO et al.

CTVT is actively considering offering a series of radio programmes to Resonance FM on the Southwark arts scene, in all its turbulent merriment, politicking and apparently cool creativity. Does the Overground bring more than punters to Peckham? With the Peckham Peculiar successfully launched and the Peckham Liberal Club emerging from planning threats, it is now [...]

LOOKING BACK/big screen meets radio

We are recording our next radio programme this week. Yup, community tv does radio. This is in support of cialis online our soon-to-be-launched cinema advertisement for local domestic abuse agency SASS, aka Solace Women’s Aid. It is a look multimedia world alright. The programme will be broadcast on Resonance 104.4FM on 5th December at [...]

CTVT’s SVI film with LFF’s Best Newcomer

Jonathan Asser, who won Best Newcomer at this year’s London Film Festival, is the subject of our latest documentary “Shame/Violence Intervention”. His screenplay for the feature film “STARRED UP” is based in part on his work with violent offenders in Wandsworth Prison, which we examine in the SVI documentary. Interviews with ex-offenders are supported with contributions [...]


Our commission from Sustrans to produce films around the innovative Pocket Places Peckham project in the Rye Lane area of SE15 has reached an important staging post. Production of four films reflecting the programme of developmental workshops led by site project coordinator Hannah Padgett concluded recently. They trace Sustrans’ engagement with local residents in the [...]

SASS – Cinema ad for Peckhamplex

CTVT has completed production for a cinema ad to play on all screens in Peckhamplex, promoting awareness of SASS – the Southwark based support service for victims of domestic abuse. Filming took place in late July and August, with volunteer actors coming from as far afield as Gravesend and from Clean Break. Unfortunately London and Southwark [...]

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Community TV Trust

Community TV Trust [CTVT] specialises in local media, giving training to people of all ages and abilities, facilitating vision and production. It also produces films and educational DVDs. It campaigns and through its founder, Chris Haydon, gives talks and papers at conferences, seminars and educational events.…(more)

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