GreeneStreet Films International(GSFI) has sold a raft of rights on Michael Ian Black's comedy The Pleasure OfYour Company headed up by Pathe in the UK.

GSFI has been entertaining buyers with a promo of theproject, which is in post-production and stars Jason Biggs and Isla Fisher, who won plaudits for her star turn in lastyear's Wedding Crashers.

Rights have also gone to West in Russia,Downtown Pictures in Brazil,Nordisk in Scandinavia, RCV inBenelux, TV Azteca in Mexico,Castelo Lopes in Portugal,and Forum in Israel.

GSFI commenced sales at the AFM on Black's directorial debutabout a man who takes up a dare to propose to the next woman he meets.

"We were blown away with Pathe'smarketing vision for The Pleasure Of Your Company," GSFI president Ariel Veneziano said.

"People have responded very well to the script.Considering it's a first time director it's delivering above and beyond itspromise."

GSFI is also selling the New York Cosmos documentary Once In A Lifetime,which received its world premiere in Berlinand sold before the market to Miramax and ESPN in North America;John Polson's new thriller Tenderness;the thriller Unknown; and Majid Majidi's Iranian drama The Willow Tree.