Film & Television

Film & TV

HOW DO YOU LIKE ME NOW? by Holly Bourne coming to screen with Ecosse Films

  Ecosse Films have optioned the screen rights to Holly Bourne’s debut adult novel, How Do You Like Me Now? due to be published by Hodder in June 2018. Edgy, brave and topical, How Do You Like Me Now? is a modern-day Bridget Jones and Hot Milk crossed with the popular… Read more

Virgin by Radhika Sanghani series airs in US

  Virgin by Radhika Sanghani, which was optioned by Blackpills last year for their new on-demand video platform, is now airing across the globe this month. Published by Harlequin in the UK and Penguin Random House / Berkley in the US, Publisher’s Weekly described the novel as a ‘story for… Read more

Reese Witherspoon options Eleanor Oliphant is Completely Fine

  It is with real pride and a great deal of excitement that we can announce Reese Witherspoon’s new company Hello Sunshine has set up to produce Gail Honeyman’s wonderful debut, Eleanor Oliphant Is Completely Fine, which will be a potential star vehicle for the Oscar-winning actress.   Witherspoon, who produced… Read more

My Sister’s Bones by Nuala Ellwood optioned by Bill Kenwright

  We’re incredibly excited to announce that My Sister’s Bones by Nuala Ellwood has been optioned by the renowned Bill Kenwright. Kenwright has had huge commercial success with his theatre productions including Let the Right One In, Twelve Angry Men, Cabaret, A Few Good Men, Blood Brothers and The Wizard… Read more

Watching Over You optioned by Great Point Media

  We’re delighted to announce that Mel Sherratt’s relentless and darkly claustrophobic psychological thriller Watching Over You has been optioned by Great Point Media.   Watching Over You follows Charley Belington who, after the death of her husband and unborn child, sells the family home and moves into a new… Read more

The Madeleine Milburn Literary Agency works directly with producers and film studios, and in close association with leading Film & TV agencies including Creative Artists Agency (CAA) and Intellectual Property Group (IPG) in Los Angeles, to secure the best deals with TV production companies, film studios and broadcasters in the UK and Hollywood.