London and Mumbai-based iDream Independent Pictures has picked up worldwide rights, excluding India, to The Voyeurs directed by veteran Bengali filmmaker Buddhadeb Dasgupta.

The film follows a young man who falls in love with the girl next door, and looks at whether our obsession with surveillance has really made the world a safer place. It premiered in the masters section of last year's Toronto International Film Festival and also played at the London Film Festival.

iDream has also picked up worldwide rights to two English-language dramas - Hope and The Unforgettable.

Directed by Rich Ambler, Hope deals with the controversies surrounding stem cell research, and is produced by doctor-turned-filmmaker Shelley Chawl.

The Unforgettable is a romantic drama, filmed in Mauritius and directed by female filmmaking duo Arsala Qureishi and Sabrina Louis.

iDream handles Indian-language films with global appeal, along with English-language international films with Indian elements. Its slate also includes Rajnesh Domalpalli's Vanaja, which won the best first feature award at Berlin last year, and Santosh Sivan's Kashmir-set Boy With Grenade.