London-based sales company AV Pictures finished this year's EFM with a slew of deals on several films in its slate.

Australian crocodile thriller Black Water sold to 11 territories including Presidio Film in Japan, FEG in Benelux and Notro Films in Spain. Andrew Traucki and David Nerlich are directing and Michael Robertson is producing. Diana Glenn, Maeve Dermody, Andy Rodoreda star.

Heist thriller Daylight Robbery sold to Indies in Benelux and PlayArte in Brazil, with several other deals being negotiated now. Paris Leonti is directing, Nick O'Hagan producing and the cast features Leo Gregory, Johnny Harris, Vas Blackwood and Geoff Bell.

AV is also continuing discussions in several territories on Flick, a horror thriller about a rock-and-roller brought back from the dead. Rik Hall and Pippa Cross produced with David Howard directing. That shoot recently finished with Faye Dunaway, Michelle Ryan and Hugh O'Conor.

AV said other deals were signed on forthcoming projects Dominator X, Lesbian Vampire Killers and The Tournament.

'The overwhelming response from distributors was that AV's line-up has high commercial appeal across all media,' said AV's Vic Bateman. 'We are extremely pleased by the buyers' response to our films. This year's Berlin has been the best so far.'