Russia's Central Partnership has announced a series of deals done at therecent AFM.

Nikolai Lebedev's fantasy Wolfhound was pre-sold to Focus Filmesin Brazil, Indo-Overseas in India, Mediapro in Romania in addition to nearingdeals for the US, Western Europe and Japan. Central Partnership said it wouldscreen the full film at Berlin'sEuropean Film Market; the film will open on more than 600 prints in CIS on Jan1.

The anti-terrorist actionfilm Moscow Mission was sold toVisual Filmes in Brazil, HGC in China, Diema Vision in Bulgaria, and J-Bics in Thailand; other territories in Asia and Europe are in negotiations.

Central Parternship alsopresented a 10-minute promo of $10m science fiction project Paragraph 78 at AFM, landing pre-saleswith ERG in China, Diema Vision in Bulgaria, Phars in the Middle East and UnitedHome Entertainment in Thailand/Vietnam. The full film will screen at the EFM.

The company said that Bimmer-2 attracted strong interest in Asia and a deal was struck with J-Bics for Thailand.

Finally, Gagarin's Grandson sold to SPI for all Eastern European territories.