GreeneStreet Films International (GSFI) has tied up a slew of deals at MIPTV with Latin American Pay Television (LAPTV) for Pan Latin America, Star TV for Pan Asia and Entertainment In Motion for airline rights.

LAPTV picked up rights to the crime thriller Slow Burn starring Ray Liotta and L L Cool J, comedy Bill with Aaron Eckhart and Jessica Alba, comedy Gary The Tennis Coach starring Seann William Scott, the New York Cosmos football documentary Once In A Lifetime, the thriller Tenderness with Russell Crowe, and ensemble thriller Unknown.

Star TV picked up the Jason Biggs and Isla Fisher comedy Wedding Daze (formerly The Pleasure Of Your Company), as well as Bill, Slow Burn, Tenderness, Unknown and the comedy Barry Munday.

Entertainment In Motion took airline rights to Wedding Daze, Unknown, Slow Burn, Once In A Lifetime, Bill, and Tenderness.

GSFI's MIPTV slate includes Sally Potter's romance Yes starring Joan Allen, Simon Abkarian and Sam Neill, and the tongue-in-cheek horror title 2001 Maniacs starring Robert Englund.