London-based Carnaby International has picked up worldwide rights to Jake West's comedy horror picture Doghouse, it was announced in Cannes.

The company will introduce the project, due to shoot in the autumn, to buyers during the Cannes market.

Also making its market debut is Welsh comedy, Bridge Of Lies, from Bafta-winning director Matt Lipsey (Little Britain, Supernova) which starts shooting next month.

Films screening in Cannes include Jamil Dehlavi's Infinite Justice, a political thriller inspired by the true story of journalist Daniel Pearl who was abducted and murdered by al-Qaeda terrorists (which has secured UK distribution by High Fliers) and Daddy's Girl, directed by DJ Evans and starring Jaime Winstone as a troubled teenager who develops a taste for blood (to be theatrically released in the UK by Contender Films in December 2007).

Titles Carnaby has in post-production include Rise Of The Footsoldier, directed by Bafta nominated Julian Gilbey which will receive a wide UK release in August this year from Optimum Releasing, and Brighton set teenage love-story Dolphins, starring, Karl Davies.