Korea's CJ Entertainment has pre-sold Park Chan-wook's Untitled Project, set to star Song Kang-ho, to France's Wild Side Films and Russia's Maywin Media.

Currently in pre-production, the film is about a small-town priest who volunteers for a medical experiment which fails and turns him into a vampire. It was previously known as Bat.

Maywin Media also acquired Russian rights to Lee Chang-dong's Secret Sunshine, which won best actress at this year's Cannes.

CJ has also sold mystery horror Shadows In The Palace, which premiered at this year's San Sebastian, to Germany's Splendid, while Australia's Mingyo has signed up for Kim Ji-hoon's political drama May 18, which is Korea's second highest-grossing local film so far this year.

The company also scored a sale to Japan, with Twin Co acquiring romantic drama Love Now, directed by Chong Yun-su.