Bavaria Film International has added six of the forthcoming Berlinale's world premieres to its sales slate for the upcoming European Film Market (EFM).

The six titles are:

Maren Ade's competition film Everyone Else (Alle Anderen) about a couple during a holiday on Sardinia and their futile attempt to be as happy-go-lucky as 'everyone else'.

Marcus Mittermeier and Jan Henrik Stahlberg's Short Cut To Hollywood. Described as a road movie, black comedy and media satire all rolled into one, it will premiere as a Panorama Special.

The directorial duo first came to international prominence at the 2004 Berlinale with the provocative comedy Quiet As A Mouse.

Hans-Christian Schmid's documentary The Wondrous World Of Laundry, about the dirty laundry from Berlin's leading hotels being taken to Poland for cleaning. The film will screen as a Forum Special.

Actor-director Sebastian Schipper's third feature Sometime In August will feature in the Forum's main programme. Inspired by Goethe's Elective Affinities, it stars Marie Bäumer and Milan Peschel.

Veteran DoP Michael Ballhaus's directorial debut In Berlin, will be shown in the Berlinale Special sidebar.

The documentary, co-directed with fellow cinematographer Ciro Cappellari, sees Ballhaus revisiting his native city after 25 years of professional exile in Hollywood and 20 years after the fall of the Berlin wall.

The final title is Swedish director Rene Bo Hansen's family film The Eagle Hunter's Son which will premiere in Generation Kplus.

Shot in the landscapes of Mongolia it tells the adventures of a stubborn young boy reluctant to preserve the family tradition of eagle hunting. The film was produced by Eden Film with Munich-based production house Stromberg Productions.

Meanwhile, ahead of this year's EFM, Bavaria has announced that it has sold last year's Berlinale competition film Hanami - Cherry Blossoms by Doris Dörrie to Dogwoof for distribution in the UK and Ireland.

In addition, further sales have been concluded for Marco Kreuzpaintner's fantasy film Krabat for Spain (Flins y Piniculas), Benelux (Video Film Express), and Thailand (Seven Seas).