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Emma Dibdin

Articles By Emma Dibdin

Emma Dibdin: 'Being scared of something is a sign you should write about it'

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Wild

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The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part One

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Obvious Child

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The Two Faces of January

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Dallas Buyers Club

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Blue Is the Warmest Colour

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Ain't Them Bodies Saints

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The Bling Ring

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The East

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10 Questions for Joss Whedon

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Simon Killer

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Compliance

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Robot & Frank

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No

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Storyville: The Queen of Versailles, BBC Four

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