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Laura Potier
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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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Brace yourselves, the landscape is shifting.

TV Review: Black Lightning (Season 1, Episode 7)

Brace yourselves, the landscape is shifting.

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What starts off as an exciting and promising premise soon loses sight of its core truth.

TV Review: Electric Dreams (Season 1, Episode 9)

What starts off as an exciting and promising premise soon loses sight of its core truth.

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Houston, we have a problem.
What can a single legal clause do to rectify decades of oppression?

What is an inclusion rider, and what can it do to tackle systematic issues of inequality in Hollywood?

What can a single legal clause do to rectify decades of oppression?

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Janelle Monáe and Juno Temple hit it out of the park in this PKD adaptation

TV Review: Electric Dreams (Season 1, Episode 8)

Janelle Monáe and Juno Temple hit it out of the park in this PKD adaptation

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While it continues to speak on important issues, Black Lightning has begun to succumb to cliches

TV Review: Black Lightning (Season 1, Episode 6)

While it continues to speak on important issues, Black Lightning has begun to succumb to cliches

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This may be watchable, but it is no tribute to the genius of PKD.

TV Review: Electric Dreams (Season 1, Episode 7)

This may be watchable, but it is no tribute to the genius of PKD.

Affecting societal transformation, not political change, is all we can demand, or expect, of the Academy Awards.

Oscars Countdown: The Academy, its power, and its responsibility in social politics

Affecting societal transformation, not political change, is all we can demand, or expect, of the Academy Awards.

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A throwaway episode that is saved by Sutherland's ever-powerful performance

TV Review: Designated Survivor (Season 2, Episode 11)

A throwaway episode that is saved by Sutherland's ever-powerful performance

Exit the winter months the right way!

The best films coming to Netflix UK this March

Exit the winter months the right way!

Let no one become fatigued with these important dialogues of inclusion.

Oscars Countdown: Yes, progress is being made and yes, #OscarsSoWhite is still an issue

Let no one become fatigued with these important dialogues of inclusion.

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The actor, best known for his role as Morgan on The Walking Dead, spoke to us about his new thriller 'Save Me'.

Interview: Lennie James

The actor, best known for his role as Morgan on The Walking Dead, spoke to us about his new thriller 'Save Me'.

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The character work this week shines through despite some tonal problems

TV Review: Black Lightning (Season 1, Episode 5)

The character work this week shines through despite some tonal problems

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Pacing issues can only do so much to detract from yet another great episode.

TV Review: Black Lightning (Season 1, Episode 4)

Pacing issues can only do so much to detract from yet another great episode.

A revolution to change the future of diversity and representation.

Black Panther bringing Afrofuturism into the mainstream marks the start of a revolution

A revolution to change the future of diversity and representation.

There's a lot to unpick in this flawed, baseless argument.
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Rejoice, for Black Lightning is still going strong.

TV Review: Black Lightning (Season 1, Episode 3)

Rejoice, for Black Lightning is still going strong.

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A strong and shocking follow-up to the show's pilot.

TV Review: Black Lightning (Season 1, Episode 2)

A strong and shocking follow-up to the show's pilot.

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