Los Angeles-based sales company Cinema Management Group (CMG) has announced more than 30 deals on films in its Cannes slate.

Action thriller Blood Out, which wrapped principal photography last week in Louisiana, was sold at Cannes to: Eagle Pictures for Australia and New Zealand; IPA Asia Pacific for Thailand and Vietnam; Pratama for Indonesia; Videx for all pay TV in Latin America; Vision Film in Poland; Film Pop for Turkey; Cinetel in Hungary; and North Film Distributors for the Czech and Slovak Republics.

Just before Cannes, Svensk Filmindustri acquired rights for Scandinavia and Front Row Entertainment signed up for the Middle East.

CMG says it is still in talks with distributors from Italy and Brazil for the title, which stars Luke Goss, Vinnie Jones, Val Kilmer and Curtis 50 Cent Jackson and will be delivered during the fourth quarter of 2010. Lionsgate/Grindstone has all rights for US/Canada and Lionsgate UK has the UK.

CMG’s Brotherhood (pictured), winner of the SXSW 2010 Audience Award for Best Narrative Feature, sold to: Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions Group for the UK; Ascot Elite for Germany; KT&G for South Korea; Golden Village for Singapore; Videx for pay TV in Latin America; Eagle Pictures for Australia and New Zealand; and Front Row Entertainment for the Middle East.

The Perfect Host, which premiered at Sundance, sold to: French Connection Films for France; Festival Films for Spain; All Interactive Media for Australia/New Zealand; Bejing Asian Culture for China; Front Row Entertainment for the Middle East; Videx for pay TV in Latin America; and Jaguar Films for all international airline rights.

Documentary feature Gasland, which won the documentary Special Jury Prize at Sundance, sold to: Mongrel Media for Canada; Dogwoof for the UK/Ireland; French Connection Films in France; Sena for Iceland; Palace Pictures in Australia/New Zealand; Golden Village for Singapore; and Front Row in the Middle East.