‘It’s Raining in the House’ wins French Touch Prize of the Jury at Semaine de la Critique!
The French Touch Prize of the Jury went to Il Pleut Dans la Maison (It’s Raining in the House) by Paloma Sermon-Daï.
Shot against the backdrop of the picturesque Eau d’Heure lakes region of Belgian’s French-speaking Wallonia region, the hybrid drama follows two teenagers left to their own devices by their mother over the summer in a squalid house.
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.
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