Hollywood-based marketing firm B D Fox & Friends'freshly minted sales divisionhas signed a three-picture deal with producer Mark Roemmich's Noble House EntertainmentPictures.

In addition to Roemmich'spreviously announced dark romance Taylor, B D Fox & Friends will handlethe $65m Snow Princessand the $54m The Lost Gold Of Khan.

Snow Princess isset to go into production in Indiain September and is about a magical girl with the power to save humanity. Themajority of the financing has been arranged by Anand Bharadwaj's Filmvalley, Sudhish Rombhotla and Indian effectshouse Color Chips Entertainment Media, whichwill provide all effects and animatronics.

The Lost Gold Of Kahn is due to go into production in 2007 and charts theadventures of a cryptologist who discovers GhengisKahn's mythical treasure. Bharadwaj has again securedthe bulk of the financing. As with Taylor, Roemmich will direct and produce both projects.

B D Fox's inaugural slate includes the dysfunctional familycomedy My Suicidal Sweetheart starring Tim Blake Nelson and Rosanna Arquette, Tony Elwood's thriller Cold Storage, and Jet Eller's alienpicture Night Feeders.

B D Fox is represented in Berlinby founder and chief executive officer Brian Fox and vice president ofsales Kristine Kreska.