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Emma Simmonds

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Emma is a film and TV critic whose words have appeared in Time Out, Radio Times, The Observer, Empire, Total Film, Little White Lies, The Spectator, Virgin Movies, MovieMail and Popmatters, amongst many others. She is also a contributor to the London, New York and Glasgow volumes of the World Film Locations book series. She is The List magazine's current Film Reviews Editor and The Arts Desk's former Film Editor.

Articles By Emma Simmonds

Meek's Cutoff

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Little White Lies

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Passenger Side

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DVD: Uncle Boonmee Who Can Recall His Past Lives

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Submarine

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Archipelago

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Confessions

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Biutiful

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127 Hours

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Chatroom

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Enemies of the People

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