• An Interview With Savoy Cinema: How Is Lenton’s Local Cinema Coping With The Pandemic?

    Emily Fletcher In light of the announcement of many of the UK’s largest cinema chains temporarily closing, we decided to check in on Nottingham’s local Savoy Cinema. The venue has sat in the heart of Lenton for 85 years and is known as the only surviving pre-Second World War...
  • Cineworld closures: The changing viewing experience in the isolation age

    Emily Fletcher In another blow to the creative industries, the closure of 127 Cineworld establishments in the UK, and the midweek closure of a quarter of Odeon and Vue’s venues, has brought into question the future of our entertainment industry. With lack of content being produced for distribution, and...
  • Is Tenet Nolan’s Best Film Or Is It Emotionally Void?

    Abigail Clark The latest instalment from one of todays most ambitious and experimental directors did not fall short on its promise of head-scratching time manipulation and impressive action sequences – yet many argue that Nolan’s latest film Tenet is not his greatest film to date. Upon first viewing I...
  • Could Dune Become This Years Most Out-Of-This-World Cinematic Experience?

    Jerome Gerada As the world we live in gradually devolves into more of a twisted dystopia by the day, audiences may feel at ease settling into the fictional world of Arrakis, the main setting for Denis Villeneuve’s new film adaptation, Dune. The 1965 novel, from the creative mind of...
  • From Memento To Tenet: How Christopher Nolan’s Films Continue To Capture Our Imagination

    Jerome Gerada Through troubling times comes Tenet, Nolan’s newest addition to an expansive list of mind-boggling motion pictures. From Inception to the Dark Knight trilogy, his host of action-fuelled films provide hours of eye-watering entertainment, enough to appease your quarantine qualms. With great expectations looming, could Nolan’s new release resurrect the cinema...
  • Nott-Experts- Ep. 2: Nottingham Cinemas

    Our Nott-Experts Kit and Gareth share their opinions on the cinemas in Nottingham – exploring accessibility,  fun facts and film discussion.  Kit Sinclair and Gareth Holmes Featured image courtesy of Impact Podcasts via Canva.  Music courtesy of audionautix.com   For more podcast content, as well as uni news, reviews, entertainment articles, lifestyle,...
  • Look Out For… June

    If you’re already missing Marvel and Game of Thrones, then X-Men: Dark Phoenix would be a good choice, featuring Sophie Turner alongside her usual co-stars, James McAvoy and Michael Fassbender. Or if you like your summer days with a touch of horror, then Child’s Play – the reboot of...