French sales house Films Distribution will debut promo reelsof some of its latest projects at the upcoming EFM in Berlin.

On the slate is Rachid Bouchareb's Days Of Glory.Set during World War II, the film is the story of four Muslim soldiers enlistedin the French army to fight against the Nazis. In a rare dramatic turn,comedian Jamel Debbouzestars alongside Roschdy Zem,Sami Naceri and Sami Bouajila. Budgeted at $17.2m(Euros 14.4m) the film should be ready for Cannes.

Other films drawing attention include Pascal Ferran's Lady Chatterley, an adaptation of the D.H.Lawrence classic and L'Humanite director BrunoDumont's war drama Flanders. Both filmsare expected to be ready for Cannes.

Promo reels will also be available for social thriller TheWeakest Is Always Right from director Lucas Belvauxwhose trilogy An Amazing Couple, On The Run, After Life, was a criticalhit in 2002; Barbara Albert's reunion among old friends drama Fallingand the first feature by acclaimed short film director Gerald Hustache-Mathieu's, April In Love.

Pre-sales will continue on EtreEt Avoir director Nicolas Philibert'slatest documentary Back To Normandie andRobert Guediguian's Armenia starring his muse Ariane Ascaride as well as comedyOh La La from Anne Fontaine.

Films Distribution has two films in selection at the Berlinale Forum: Hotel Harabatiby Brice Cauvin and Olivier Meyrou'sBeyond Hatred.