The film premiered in Toronto and will hit a bevy of international markets.

February, a film written and directed by Oz Perkins, had a successful debut at the Toronto International Film Festival back in September, was quickly snatched up by A24 Films and DirecTV Cinema, who plan to release it to DirecTV Cinema prior to a domestic theatrical release, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

THR says so far, the film is heading to the U.K., France, Australia, Latin America, Indonesia, the Middle East and beyond. They add:

The film, which stars emerging horror specialist Emma Roberts (Scream Queens, Scream 4, American Horror Story) alongside Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka and Lucy Boynton (Miss Potter), is heading to the U.K. (Paramount), France (Synergy), Australia and New Zealand (Village Roadshow), Latin America (Alebrije), New Poland (Kino Swiat), the Philippines (Pioneer), Thailand (M Pictures), Indonesia (Prima), Malaysia and Vietnam (Sahamongkol) and the Middle East (Falcon).

Highland Film Group has been locking down the deals for February, which was written and directed by Osgood Perkins in his feature debut. The story follows two young students who get caught up in hellacious happenings at a prestigious prep school for girls while holed up during the winter break.

February is produced by Rob Paris (Everly), Adrienne Biddle (Lies & Alibis) and Bryan Bertino (The Strangers). Sales of the film are continuing at AFM.

Check out a trailer for February here: