Katapult Film Sales will arrive atnext week's European Film Market in Berlin with its most prestigious slate ever.

Heading up the roster are Sundance acquisitions TV Junkie and Destricted,as well as the Brazilian smash hit TwoSons Of Franciscoand BalthasarKormakur's LittleTrip To Heaven.

Katapult holds internationalrights to TV Junkie, Michael Cain and Matt Radecki's documentary thatreflects on the technology-infused culture of celebrity.

The company holds all international rights and concludedsales at Sundance to WisePolicy in Japan and, inconjunction with AndrewHerwitz's Film Sales Company, toRevolver in the UK.

Destrictedis a series of sexually explicit shorts from a collectiveof avant-garde filmmakers includingMatthew Barney, Larry Clark,Gaspar Noe, and Sam Taylor-Wood.

Katapult holds worldwide rights toTwo Sons OfFrancisco excluding Latin America, where Breno Silveira's tale of theheady rise to powerof two brothers became the biggesthit of last year in Brazilthrough Sony Pictures Releasing International.

"It's our best line up so far and we are very happy andproud to bring these films to Berlinand we're looking forward to continued good sales at the market, " Katapult's Thomas Mai said.