Emma.. Emma Woodhouse (Anya Taylor-Joy).

Emma.

2020 British comedy film based on Jane Austen's character. Stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Josh O'Connor, Callum Turner, Mia Goth and others.

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Emma movie review

Emma lands on streaming, delivering a sharply satirical and whimsically witty reworking with The Witch's Anya Taylor-Joy on fabulous form.

Casimir Harlow, AV Forums, 22nd March 2020

Emma review

Emma's candy coloured cinematography and costumes contribute to the playful and light tone of the comedy that is as delightful as a strawberry bon-bon.

Alexa Sambrook, The Student Newspaper, 13th March 2020

Bill Nighy: comedy is more 'difficult' than dying

The Emma. star believes comedy is an "elusive thing", and has explained how there are those moments in the script that are "mysterious" because they don't make you laugh when you read it through, but the audience or viewers find it hilarious.

Female First, 24th February 2020

Emma review

Autumn de Wilde's adaptation ramps up the comedy, but Anya Taylor-Joy remains wonderfully edgy as Jane Austen's meddling heroine.

Mark Kermode, The Observer, 16th February 2020

Review: Emma

All in all, this feels like an opportunity missed, a waste of talent and potential.

Susan Singfield, Bouquets & Brickbats, 15th February 2020

Emma. The reason behind the unusual punctuation

That full stop? Turns out it's pretty self-explanatory.

Flora Carr, Radio Times, 14th February 2020

Isobel Waller-Bridge interview

We speak to the Emma composer about writing for characters, the "two-pronged excitement" of seeing more women in the film industry and working with sister Phoebe Waller-Bridge on the monumentally successful Fleabag.

Maddy Shaw Roberts, Classic FM, 14th February 2020

Autumn de Wilde and Anya Taylor-Joy on Austen's Emma

Jane Austen's Emma returns to the big screen in a new female-led adaptation. Its stars and director explain why the time is right for more romantic meddling.

Adrian Lobb, The Big Issue, 14th February 2020

The story behind the sumptuous costumes

The new film of Jane Austen's Emma has given its heroine impeccable style - and could spark a new trend.

Bethan Holt, The Telegraph, 14th February 2020

The cast of Emma on the books that changed their lives

Crushes on Peter Pan, rewilding the British countryside and understanding society - Emma stars Anya Taylor-Joy, Johnny Flynn, Mia Goth and Callum Turner, plus director Autumn de Wilde on the books they love.

The Big Issue, 14th February 2020