Emma Heasman

Emma Heasman

On Sunday 8th October, I was given the opportunity to watch the second session of shorts presented by the Nottingham

Natalia Leite’s focus on female exploitation in her second feature film, M.F.A (Master of Fine Arts), comes as no surprise.

A documentary concerning the healthcare of New Orleans-based musicians in the wake of Hurricane Katrina is definitely a tough sell.

This French film, directed by Richard Angers, follows the story of two brothers and a man – Adrien – (Marc

A film about coming-of-age, escapism and above all music, Access All Areas is a loud and colourful explosion of atmosphere that aims

Superfood began their journey in 2014, and have now released their second album with Dirty Hit Records and it is

The final film to grace the silver screen at the Nottingham International Film Festival was the Polish drama Rage (originally

A film split into two halves, each with little connection to the other, Tropical Malady is definitely a frustrating watch.

On September 29th Miley Cyrus released her sixth album, ‘Younger Now’. This album was arguably just as shocking as her

Coming off the back of touring some of the top festivals in the world, Lorde brought her Melodrama World Tour