UK-based sales agent InFrame has added four films to its slate ahead of Cannes: Oliver Rihs's Black Sheep, ValeskaGrisebach's Sehnsucht (Longing),Sean Hogan's Lie Still, and Oscar L Costo's Shanghai Red.

InFrame will be doing a work-in-progress screening of Black Sheep, a comedy of five interwovenstories about misfits in Berlin.Director Rihs also produced with Oliver Kolb of Oliwood Productions.

Longing isa Rommel Film/GFP Medienfondsproduction produced by Peter Rommel. Andreas Mueller,Ilka Welz, and Annett Dornbuschstar. The story of love and heartbreak in a German village played incompetition at the 2006 Berlinale.

Lie Stillis produced by Navin Chowdhryand stars Stuart Laing, Nina Sosanyaand Robert Blythe. The film is about a man going through a rough time who movesinto a house with strange inhabitants.

Shanghai Redstars Vivian Wu as a woman avenging the murder of her husband. The film isabout 70% English-language. Costo produced along withWu.

"Our idea is not selectingfilms by genre but going by projects where the filmmakers have tried to dosomething special and where the subject is of interest to an audience," says InFrame head Joe Dreier.

InFrame's sister sales company Hollywood Classics also isoffering some additional classic titles, including Peter Greenaway'sThe Pillow Book and Samuel Bronston library selections such as El Cid, The Fall of The Roman Empire and 55 Days in Peking.

Hollywood Classics also has DVD rights to about 30 titles from Universal including works from Douglas Sirk and John Cassavetes.