• Notts Student Manifesto 2015 launched

    The Notts Student’s Manifesto was launched on Thursday evening at Nottingham Trent’s Students’ Union. Students testified in support of the policies proposed in the manifesto, which has created jointly by the Students’ Unions at University of Nottingham (UoN), Nottingham Trent and New College Nottingham. The Manifesto’s purpose is to highlight key...
  • NSTV and Trent TV to Collaborate

    The University of Nottingham’s Nottingham Student Television (NSTV) and Nottingham Trent’s Trent TV are to collaborate on daytime chat show, ‘The Panel’, which will give “students the lowdown on everything student life in Nottingham”.  ‘The Panel’ will be the first NSTV and Trent TV entertainment collaboration since 2011 when they produced...
  • Film Review – The Editor @ Mayhem Film Festival

    Expanding their niche of irreverent and madcap throwbacks to the low-budget classics of their childhood, Canadian production company Astron-6 descended on Nottingham with their gore-soaked giallo homage, The Editor. In a loving pastiche of a genre most fondly remembered for its sheer crapness, Astron-6 have gone to great lengths to replicate the shoddiness that makes the...
  • Playlist: Reviving The Halloween Playlist

    Sick of doing the monster mash? Here’s a plethora of tracks which you’re unlikely to hear at a club’s ‘Halloween Special’, but are guaranteed to give you an authentic night. APHEX TWIN – ‘COME TO DADDY (PAPPY MIX)’ Best known for its iconic and controversial video (which was once subversively broadcast in...
  • Research Highlight: Using Technology to Mend the Human Race

    The integration of technology and the human body is often confined to sci-fi, but are Cybermen really fiction? The human nervous system is essentially run on electricity caused by the movement of ions across our nervous cells, so it may not come as a surprise that scientists are using...
  • Review – X-Men: Days of Future Past

    The advent of the outstanding X-Men: First Class revitalized the X-Men franchise in 2011, enabling the evolution of a new series of stories. Based loosely on the 1981 iconic comic of the same name, Days of Future Past depicts another astonishing addition to the ever mutating series. In a dystopian future, mutants are...
  • Interview – Director Jack Delaney

    Impact spoke with director Jack Delaney, whose seven part miniseries Making Sparks has just been released. The supernatural thriller is the first genre series to exclusive to mobile devices and is downloadable from both the Apple App Store and Google Play. How did the project come about? And how was the decision made to distribute...