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Laura Potier
Edinburgh, University of
Assistant Film Editor here at TNS, undergraduate MA History student and Features writer at The Student. Highly reliant on a cup of coffee or a glass of wine, depending on the time of day.
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In Darkness is a true love letter to the psychological thriller genre, according to the couple.

Natalie Dormer and Anthony Byrne talk In Darkness, voyeurism and empowerment, and how Hollywood diversity is here to stay

In Darkness is a true love letter to the psychological thriller genre, according to the couple.

One of the most recognised comedy directors still deals with mansplaining...
This is one to save for a chill night in.
A great directorial debut from Sergio G Sanchez
Cinemas are essential to the preservation of classic films, and it could be that it goes both ways.

The importance of classic films on the big screen

Cinemas are essential to the preservation of classic films, and it could be that it goes both ways.

F*** the trolls, do yourself a favour and add this to your summer's must-watch list.

Ocean's 8 review - an honestly powerful, fun, girl-power adventure

F*** the trolls, do yourself a favour and add this to your summer's must-watch list.

A bright and light-hearted selection, perfect for some summer relaxation.

The best films coming to Netflix UK this June

A bright and light-hearted selection, perfect for some summer relaxation.

Five must-watch films from this 1980s movement of French cinema.

Foreign Film Friday: an introduction to the French 'cinema du look'

Five must-watch films from this 1980s movement of French cinema.

Al Pacino, Karl Urban and Brittany Snow go beyond the call of duty, yet cannot rescue this feature.

Hangman review - star talent is wasted on this tired and unoriginal 'thriller'

Al Pacino, Karl Urban and Brittany Snow go beyond the call of duty, yet cannot rescue this feature.

TV
Adieu to Kirkman's White House.
Can anyone turn down a film that stars Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy?

Life of the Party review - made worth watching by its hilarious and overqualified cast

Can anyone turn down a film that stars Maya Rudolph and Melissa McCarthy?

Gabrielle Union returns to the big screen in Breaking In.

A look back on Gabrielle Union's career

Gabrielle Union returns to the big screen in Breaking In.

TNS spoke to Melissa McCarthy about her latest film, 'Life of the Party'.

Melissa McCarthy talks 'Life of the Party', social labelling, life changes, and mother-daughter relationships.

TNS spoke to Melissa McCarthy about her latest film, 'Life of the Party'.

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