• Film Review: 1917

    1917 is a unique portrayal of a soldier in the First World War, made to look like it was all shot in two continuous takes. Having recently won seven BAFTA awards, including the award for best film, there is no denying the sensational hit that this film has become....
  • Blue Planet II Live @ Nottingham Motorpoint Arena

    After the success of the BAFTA award-winning TV series Blue Planet II, Motorpoint Arena visited the depths of the ocean with BBC Studios and FKP Scorpio’s 13 date live tour. Accompanied by BBC presenter Anita Rani and the City of Prague Orchestra, the incredible wildlife footage came to life,...
  • Best Dressed at the 2019 BAFTAs

    On Sunday 10th February,  viewers tuned in to watch the 72nd British Academy Film Awards held at the Royal Albert Hall in London. And although host Joanna Lumley struggled to deliver a punch line (I am still cringing) the red carpet certainly did not disappoint. Showcasing a variety of...
  • Film Review: The Shape of Water

    The Shape of water has created a huge buzz this award season, winning Best Film Music and Best Direction by Guillermo del Toro at the BAFTAs, and is up for the most nominations at the Oscars including Best Female Lead and Best Film. From the very beginning of this...
  • Red Carpet Ready: Best Dressed – The BAFTAs

    Coinciding with The Grammy Awards, it was a battle of the industries – music versus film and television. By the look of the BAFTA’s red carpet, film and television put up a good fight from their side. Impact Style has selected the best dressed from the occasion, which saw...
  • Next on Netflix #18

    Welcoming a return to Next on Netflix, Liam launches the latest of our next best recommendations with three very assorted yet advisable titles to experience. The Square This Egyptian-American documentary from director Jehane Noujaim was the first Netflix production to be nominated for an Oscar in 2013, and was robbed of...
  • TV Review – Glue, Series 1

    It’s been described as an unmissable blend of Skins and Broadchurch, yet E4’s recent 8-part murder mystery Glue has certainly created its own identity, through an exciting mix of young tragedy, fearless romance and disturbing revelations triumphed by a talented cast, indie soundtrack and exquisite scenes of the Berkshire...