Focus Features has completed over 200 territorial deals at Canneson its current slate of pictures led by Directors Fortnight title Mean Creek as well as The Constant Gardener, Brokeback Mountain,Prime, Assault On Precinct 13 and TheIce Harvest.

On Jacob Aaron Estes'' acclaimed teen odyssey Mean Creek, Focus has clinched deals with Metropolitan in France,Tobis in Germany, CDI in Italy and Scanbox in Scandinavia among others.

Tobis also bought Ben Younger's comedy Prime with Sandra Bullock and Meryl Streep and Ang Lee's Brokeback Mountain starring Heath Ledgerand Jake Gyllenhaal.

Entertainment Film Distributors bought UK rights to Brokeback Mountain and Jean-FrancoisRichet's remake Assault On Precinct 13starring Ethan Hawke and Laurence Fishburne.

Primealso went to Pathe in the UK, DeA Planeta in Spain, Eagle Pictures in Italy,Europa Filmes in Brazil, Les Films de l'Elysee in Benelux, M6 Interactions inFrance, Nordisk in Scandinavia and Roadshow in Australia/New Zealand amongothers.

Assaultalso went to Nippon Herald in Japan, Constantin in Germany, Metropolitan inFrance, CDI in Italy, Les Films de L'Elysee in Benelux, Nordisk in Scandinaviaand Uni Korea in Korea.

ConstantGardener, which is directed by Fernando Mereilles and stars Ralph Fiennesand Rachel Weisz, went to StudioCanal in France, Gaga in Japan, A-Film inBenelux, Sandrew Metronome in Scandinavia and CMC Magnetics Corp in Taiwan.

Adam Rapp's The Ice Harveststarring Ed Harris, Zooey Deschanel and Will Ferrell went to CDI in Italy,Nordisk in Scandinavia, Les Films de l'Elysee in Benelux and West Video in CIS.