Paris based sales house Celluloid Dreams has picked up three new films, including Belgian Oscar entry Sea Of Silence.

Silence is directed by Stijn Coninx and will have its market premiere at November's Mifed film market in Milan.

The Warner Bros. release goes out on October 30 in Benelux and tells the story of a young girl's spiritual coming of age in a strongly Catholic family in the Holland of the late-60s.

Celluloid Dreams has also taken worldwide rights on Marco Bellocchio's Good Morning Night, winner of the Award for Outstanding Individual Contribution for the film's screenplay at this year's Venice festival.

The film is a semi fictional account of the kidnapping of Italy's former Prime Minister Aldo Moro in 1978 as seen through one of the kidnappers' eyes.

Finally, Celluloid Dreams has also taken world rights on Koktebel by Boris Khlebnikov and Alexei Popogrebsky. The Moscow Film Festival Grand Jury Special Prize winner tells the story of a father and son and their journey to a better mutual understanding.