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Emma Donoghue is a writer and producer, known for Room (2015), Immaculate Conceptions: Inside a Lesbian Baby Boom (2007) and The Wonder. See full bio »

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Room Writer
(2015)
The Wonder Writer
Pluck Writer
(2002)

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 2015/I Room (based on the novel by) / (screenplay by)
 2002 Pluck (Short)
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 2015/I Room (executive producer)
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 2017 Well Read (TV Series)
Self - Guest
- Interview with Emma Donoghue, "The Wonder" (2017) ... Self - Guest
 2016 Making 'Room' (Video documentary short)
Self
 2016 The Oscars (TV Special)
Self - Nominee
 2016 31st Film Independent Spirit Awards (TV Special)
Self - Winner
 2016 73rd Golden Globe Awards (TV Special)
Self - Nominee
 2015 Close Up with the Hollywood Reporter (TV Series)
Self
- Writers (2015) ... Self
 2015 Made in Hollywood (TV Series)
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If I thought a story would be best as a film, I would write it as a screenplay. It would be perverse to use one art form to sneak up on another.

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Female partner is Chris Roulston (MA, PhD) Professor, Women's Studies and Feminist Research and French (Ontario, Canada). See more »

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