Newly-formed El Dorado International has picked upinternational rights on two films competing in next week's Spanish FilmFestival of Malaga (April 22-30), Jose Antonio Vitoria's Vorvik andXavier Berraondo's Working Class.

TheMadrid-based sales outfit, newly created by former Aurum international salesdirector Mocha Aguilar, will screen both films to international buyers atMalaga's three-day Market Screenings (April 24-26).

Competing in the official selection, Vorvik is abouta young woman driven to uncover the mysterious circumstances surrounding thedeath of her father, which left her in charge ofa successful biogeneticslab. The film is a co-production between Azalea Producciones and Jet Films.

The offbeat Working Class, which will screen inMalaga's alternative ZonaZine competition, combines fiction and fauxdocumentary to spin the tale of a man whose life is turned upside down when heis the subject of a sensationalist report. Producciones Cinematograficas delMediterraneo produces.