Cannes Slate | Sales Title ‘IT’S RAINING IN THE HOUSE’ & Production ‘HOW TO HAVE SEX’
Heretic has acquired world sales rights to Belgian director Paloma Sermon-Daï’s fiction debut It’s Raining In The House (Il Pleut Dans La Maison) which world premieres in Cannes’ Critics’ Week.
It’s Raining In The House is produced by Sébastien Andres and Alice Lemaire as delegate producers of Belgium’s Michigan Films, together with Francois-Pierre Clavel of France’s Kidam and Gert van Berckelaer of Belgium’s Visualantics.
French distributor Condor has picked up French rights to It’s Raining In The House, after previously collaborating with the film’s co-producer Kidam on 2021 Critics Week’ title Zero Fucks Given. Recent titles distributed by Condor in France include Aftersun and Joyland.
Additionally Heretic attends with Molly Manning Walker’s directorial debut How to Have Sex, set to have its world premiere in the Un Certain Regard Section.
Written and directed by Screen Star of Tomorrow 2021 Molly Manning Walker, How to Have Sex stars Mia McKenna-Bruce (Persuasion, Kindling) alongside Lara Peake (Mood, Brave New World), Shaun Thomas (Ali & Ava, The Long Shadow), Samuel Bottomley (Somewhere Boy, Ladhood), and newcomers Enva Lewis and Laura Ambler. The film was shot by Nicolas Canniccioni.
Mubi has acquired all rights for North America, UK, Ireland, Italy, Latin America, Turkey, and Benelux ahead of its World Premiere at the 2023 Cannes Film Festival. Theatrical Releases Planned in Key Territories Including US and UK.
World Sales: MK2 Films
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