“Hot Milk” has found a home. A press release confirms that the adaptation of the bestselling Deborah Levy novel, which marks renowned screenwriter Rebecca Lenkiewicz’s directorial debut, has secured distribution. IFC Films acquired U.S. rights to the film, while MUBI picked up rights for the U.K., Ireland, Italy, Latin America, and Turkey. Distribution deals have also been made with Metropolitan Films (France), The Searchers (Benelux), Scanbox (Scandinavia), M2 (Eastern Europe), A-One (Baltics), Front Row (Middle East), and Shaw (Singapore).
A tense mother-daughter drama, “Hot Milk” stars Jessie Buckley, Fiona Shaw, and Vicky Krieps. “The heat and atmosphere of Almería become an epic canvas for this intimate exploration of sex, love,
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