UK-based sales company Independent has sold Berlinale Competition title Hallam Foe to Prokino for Germany and Austria.

The film has also sold to Nordisk for Scandinavia, Rosebud for Greece, Monopole Pathe for Switzerland and VTI/Karantanija Cinemas for the former Yugoslavia. Independent said negotiations are ongoing for a US sale.

David Mackenzie's film starring Jamie Bell has its world premiere on Friday night. Buena Vista has UK rights and plans a summer release.

Independent also has closed a slew of sales on Marc Munden's Rotterdam prize-winning The Mark Of Cain. Buyers include Paradiso (Benelux), Alberto Bitelli International (Brazil), ECS (Middle East), Noble Entertainment (Scandinavia), J-Bics (Thailand), Video Seven (Greece) and Epelpol (Poland).

Finally Independent sold buzz UK thriller London To Brighton to MK2 (France), Paradiso (Benelux), Casablanca Filmes (Brazil), Video Seven (Greece), United King (Israel), Noble Entertainment (Scandinavia) and J-Bics (Thailand).

'We have always been addicted to British cinema, and have been watching David Mackenzie from the beginning of his career,' said Prokino's Ira Von Gienanth. 'We are very proud to have such a fresh British film as Hallam Foe, as we were to have Trainspotting ten years ago. We are also very happy to be working with Independent, who have such an exciting and refreshing slate of films.'