• 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,...
  • Behind the Scenes: Gatsby Photoshoot

    For our next print issue of Impact, we played with the theme of ‘time’ to produce a Gatsby/1920s-inspired photoshoot. This is what happened behind the scenes. The initial idea was developed by our resident Food Editor, Rosa Morgan, Head of Lifestyle, Charlotte Hegley, our Online Editor, Sophie Hunt and...
  • A Reimagining of Macbeth – One Night Only Showing

    Billed as not just a film but a ‘cinematic event’, director Kit Monkman has created the unthinkable – an imaginative new version of Shakespeare’s classic Macbeth. And how has he performed this wondrous feat? By filming the entirety of the play with a backdrop of green screen in order...
  • Reel Equality – Change Agents for Hollywood?

    Reel Equality, a campaign of the Nottingham based organisation, Equation, has involved itself even further regarding an issue that lies close to the many – gender inequality on the big screen. Impact Magazine interviewed Reel Equality volunteer Agnes Flues to disclose their defining purpose for Nottinghamshire. With developments such as...
  • A Conversation with the Organisers of The Nottingham International Film Festival

    The first ever Nottingham International Film Festival set to take place from the 7th to the 9th of October at the Savoy Cinema. We sat down with the organizers, Neil and Al, to talk about the festival, independent films, and more. This is the first year that the festival is...
  • The Importance of Being Earnest LIVE @ Savoy Cinema

    ‘Bunburying’, handbags and cucumber sandwiches abound in this new version of Oscar Wilde’s famous play The Importance of Being Earnest. From the second the curtain rose on this elaborate and hilarious production, the audience knew it was in for a treat. Directed by former RSC Executive Director, Adrian Noble, and...