Ahead of the upcoming Asian Film Market, South Korea's Fine Cut has announced deals for Toronto Discovery section film Daytime Drinking, which sold to Eleven Arts for North America, and horror film Hansel And Gretel, which went to Terracota Media for the UK and MFA+ Distribution for Germany and Austria.

Earlier this month, Evokative Films also picked up Hansel And Gretel for Canada, and it had also previously sold to France, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Greece, Benelux, Hungary and India.

A humorously wry drama, Daytime Drinking is indie director Noh Young-seok's ultra-low-budget debut feature. The film made its international premiere in the Locarno competition.

At the upcoming Pusan fest and Asian Film Market, Fine Cut will be presenting the festival's closing film I Am Happy, directed by Yoon Jong-chan (Sorum, Blue Swallow) and starring Hyun Bin (from the TV series My Lovely Samsoon).

Also, in the Korean Panorama section, it will have Park Chan-wook protege Lee Kyoung-mi's feature debut Crush And Blush.

The sales outfit will also be premiering KT Kwak's action thriller Eye For An Eye and screening comedy Our School's ET and drama Beastie Boys in the market.