SND bought rights for all three in France, while Concorde took German rights for Doomsday, and Mikado took Italian and Sun acquired all Latin American rights for In Bruges. Scanbox acquired Scandinavian rights to all three.
Movie Eye picked up Japanese rights for horror remake The Hitcher, Icon took the UK for the generational family drama Evening, and RCV took Doomsday and Reservation Road for Benelux.
Rights to Bruges, Doomsday and Reservation Road also went to: Odeon (Greece), Lusomundo (Portugal), Ster-Kinekor (South Africa), Chantier (Turkey), Shanni (Israel), and Italia (Middle East).
'We're thrilled,' FFI chief Alison Thompson said. 'Berlin continues to be an important market for us and we continue to supply a new slate of films throughout the year and we're selling them to excellent partners.'
Martin McDonagh's thriller In Bruges starring Colin Farrell, Brendan Gleeson and Ralph Fiennes started filming in Belgium last week. Shooting is also underway this week in South Africa and the UK on Doomsday, Neil Marshall's follow-up to The Descent. Terry George's drama Reservation Road is in post-production.