Autumn de Wilde

Photographer, director of “Emma”

Photographer, director of “Emma”

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Autumn De Wilde says she didn’t make her new version of “Emma” solely for Jane Austen superfans, but Austenites will appreciate the way de Wilde obsessed over every period detail --…

Director Autumn de Wilde obsessed over details to create a period-perfect ‘Emma’

Autumn De Wilde says she didn’t make her new version of “Emma” solely for Jane Austen superfans, but Austenites will appreciate the way de Wilde obsessed over every period detail --…

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