Film editor for The National Student and history graduate from the University of Southampton. Irish dancer who enjoys watching films and eating pizza.
Film Trailer: Jackie
Watch Natalie Portman star as the famed First Lady who struggles to deal the grief in the days following her husband's assassination
Must see movies in October
Take a look at some of the biggest and best releases ready to take to the screen this October
Film Trailer: Fences
Take a look at the first footage released from Denzel Washington's new film.
How working at a bar gives essential skills for your CV
Working in a bar is more useful than you think, here are the skills that you can add to your CV from it
Interview: Imperium Director Daniel Ragussis
Daniel Ragussis on how humanising monsters is our best chance of defeating their ideologies.
Women continue to face sexism in sport
Women continue to face sexism in sport, and it's about time something changed.
Film Trailer: Annabelle 2
Watch the announcement trailer celebrating the return of the terrifying Annabelle doll
7 athletes who went above and beyond in their training
All atheltes work hard, but some go above and beyond to achieve their dreams. Here are just a few.
Next year's Oscars is looking to be more diverse than ever
With the controversy of #OscarsSoWhite surrounding the 2016 Oscars, next year is looking promising in being one of the most diverse ever.
Blair Witch and 6 other found footage greats
Ahead of the release of Blair Witch this week, we take a look back at some more found footage flicks
Everything you need to know about emergency contraception
If you find yourself caught out, its important to know all the facts before deciding what to do.
Film Review: Free State of Jones
Matthew McConaughey stars as the charismatic leader Newton Knight in this American Civil War drama
Ken Loach to receive Raindance auteur award
British filmmaker Ken Loach is being honoured with the very first Raindance auteur award
Interview: Gary Stretch
The National Student spoke to actor Gary Stretch about his role in the new film, My Father Die.
Film Review: My Father Die @ Frightfest 2016
Sean Brosnan's directorial debut is a dark and twisted revenge thriller between father and son
Film Review: Cell @ FrightFest 2016
The latest Stephen King adaption is an unconvincing apocalyptic horror where mobile phones turn people into crazed zombies.
Fraudsters target freshers' student loans
A new wave of phishing emails are claiming that if students do not respond with personal information updates they'll lose the first instalment of their loan.
We spoke to an organiser of the #WearWhatYouWant Beach Party protest
This is not simply about Muslim women, but the right to choose for women across the world