Munich-based sales agentBavaria Film has concluded a number of US and UK deals ahead of this year'sCannes market.

First Run has picked uprights for the USA and English-speaking Canada for Oskar Roehler's Agnes AndHis Brothers and the Chinese Ning Hao's comedy Mongolian Ping Pong.

Meanwhile, Strand Releasingacquired the Berlinale Teddy Award-winner Un Ano Sin Amor and Venevisionsecured US rights to the Argentinian filmmaker Carlos Sorin's FIPRESCIPrize-winning Bombon - El Perro which was a hit at the Toronto and SanSebastian Film Festivals last year.

In addition, free- and pay-TVrights for Roehler's film, which received two German Film Award nominations onMonday, were sold to Australia (SBS-PAN TV) and Hungary (Cirko Film), while MongolianPing Pong went to Spain's Civite in an all-rights deal.

Meanwhile, Marc Rothemund's Silver Bear-winning drama Sophie Scholl -The Final Days, which has attracted four German Film Award nominations, has been soldin an all-rights deal to the UK's ICA Projects.