Top French sales house Celluloid Dreams managed two North American deals on its burgeoning art-house slate.

Cedric Kahn's Red Lights (Feux Rouges) was sold to Wellspring Media for the US. That complemented earlier business with Bim for Italy, Films De L'Elysee for Belgium, Artificial Eye for the UK, Maywin for Russia, Austri for Stadtkino, Atalanta for Portugal, Nu Vision for Mexico, Alfa for Argentina, Fivia for Slovenia, Audiovisual for Greece.

Samuel Goldwyn bought Walk On Water, Eytan Fox's film which opened the Berlin Panorama section and was one of the few genuinely popular hits of Berlin. The film was also sold to Arsenal for Germany.

Other AFM sales on the film included Mexico with Cine TV Y Video, Next for Brazil, Frenetic for Switzerland, CDI for Argentina and ID for France. Italy was sold to Teodora in another post-Berlin deal.

US and UK, however, remain the two final open territories on Francois Ozon's 5x2 after Celluloid closed South Korea with Keowon and the Czech Republic with Hollywood Classics.