Bavaria Film International (BFI) has sold the FIPRESCI Award-winning Spanish film Las Horas De Dia to France's ARP and the UK's ICA among a raft of deals concluded by the German sales agent in Cannes.
ICA also picked up Argentinian director Santiago Loza's Extrano which won a Tiger Award at the Rotterdam International Film Festival in February.
Meanwhile, Wolfgang Becker's tragicomedy Good Bye, Lenin! added Sweden (Triangelfilm), Finland (Kamras), Hong Kong (EDKO), Korea (Dongsoong Art Center), Taiwan (Zeus International) and Peru/Costa Rica/Panama (Gatenofilms) to its sold territories
Oscar-winner Nowhere In Africa was taken by Kamras (Finland), Ecofilms (Portugal), Scandinavian Entertainment (Norway), EDKO (Hong Kong) and With Cinema (Korea/South Korea).
Poland's SPI International closed a deal on Sandra Nettelbeck's Mostly Martha and Tomy Wigand's family film The Flying Classroom, while Iran's Farabi Cinema Foundation acquired the rights to Hermine Huntgeburth's Bibi Blocksberg.
In addition, sales were made of Roland Suso Richter's thriller 14 Days To Life to Thailand (Right Beyond), Fuehrer Ex by Winfried Bonengel to French-speaking Canada (K-Films Amerique), and Tattoo by Robert Schwentke to Pi Film (Turkey)