by Andrew Ffrench
SCREEN star Claire Foy, who trained as an actress at a West Oxfordshire drama school, has spoken of her leading role in new movie Breathe.
Miss Foy was at Oxford School of Drama in Woodstock on a one-year acting course from 2006 to 2007.
The actress and Andrew Garfield star as Diana Blacker and Robin Cavendish, a British couple who fought for Cavendish’s freedom when he was paralysed by polio.
Golden Globe-winner Foy, 33, who is up for an Emmy on Sunday for The Crown, praised Andy Serkis as director.
She said: “It wasn’t like it was his debut, it felt like he’d done it a thousand times before.”
Breathe is out in UK cinemas on Wednesday, October 4.