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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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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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This is the social commentary we need to listen to.

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

This is the social commentary we need to listen to.

It's 2018, we deserve better entertainment than this.

Film Review: Renegades

It's 2018, we deserve better entertainment than this.

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Two Sides of the Truth is executive produced and narrated by the Oscar-winning actress and activist.

Viola Davis' Two Sides will inform an important dialogue about police brutality and racism in America

Two Sides of the Truth is executive produced and narrated by the Oscar-winning actress and activist.

The actor stars as Jack Porter in Steven Quale and Luc Besson's latest film, 'Renegades'.

Dimitri Leonidas talks his latest film Renegades, being trained by the German Special Forces, and his hopes for the future

The actor stars as Jack Porter in Steven Quale and Luc Besson's latest film, 'Renegades'.

If you feel like you've been had, the film did its job.

Film Review: The Greatest Showman

If you feel like you've been had, the film did its job.

Why Jackie Brown is Quentin Tarantino's best work to date.

20 years of Jackie Brown: how the worst 'Tarantino' film is also his masterpiece

Why Jackie Brown is Quentin Tarantino's best work to date.

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The show continues to spin its wheels, holding back narrative for a 'big event' that lacks meaningful impact

TV Review: Designated Survivor (Season 2, Episode 10)

The show continues to spin its wheels, holding back narrative for a 'big event' that lacks meaningful impact

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Another filler episode with multiple inconsequential plots, but one redeeming twist.

TV Review: Designated Survivor (Season 2, Episode 9)

Another filler episode with multiple inconsequential plots, but one redeeming twist.

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