Yarek Danielak's Los Angeles-based distributor Arsenal Pictures has struck a deal to handle four features from Bruce Willis' regular producer Arnold Rifkin and Lord Of War executive producer Christopher Eberts.

The deal with Rifkin-Eberts and A-Mark Entertainment kicks off with the recently wrapped horror title Timber Falls and Night Train, which Danielak will begin selling in Cannes.

Timber Falls is directed by Tony Giglio and tells the story of a young couple that falls prey to a cult during a weekend camping trip. Rifkin and Eberts produced with Bruce McNall and Steve Markoff of A-Mark Entertainment, and Kia Jam.

Arsenal holds exclusive sales rights to two further projects from Rifkin-Eberts and A-Mark Entertainment set to go into production this year.

'We are looking forward to a strong US theatrical release later this year [on Timber Falls], and busy foreign sales activity at Cannes,' Danielak said.

Arsenal's sales slate on the Croisette includes Toxic with Tom Sizemore and Dominique Swain, Loaded starring Jesse Metcalfe, and The Ungodly with Wes Bentley.

Rifkin-Eberts recently produced thriller The Tourist, which was directed by Marcel Langenegger and stars Hugh Jackman, Ewan McGregor and Michelle Williams.

Rifkin produced the upcoming Bruce Willis action tale Live Free Or Die Hard, the latest installment of the Die Hard franchise, which 20th Century Fox will release on Jun 27.

A-Mark Entertainment recently produced Camille, directed by Gregory Mackenzie and starring Sienna Miller and James Franco.