South Korea's Fine Cut has closed a slew of deals in the aftermath of Pusan's Asian Film Market, led by recently-released comedy Our School's E.T., directed by K.C. Park (She's On Duty), which sold to Fine Films for Japan.

The company also closed on the few remaining territories for serial murder thriller The Chaser, directed by Na Hong-jin: Hwa Yea Multimedia bought the film for Malaysia and Sky Digi Entertainment took it for Taiwan.

Aside from screening in Cannes and Pusan, the film recently won the Casa Asia Award for Best Motion Picture in the Orient Express section at Sitges Fantastic Film Festival.

Gigolo bar drama Beastie Boys also sold to SPO for Japan. The Cannes Un Certain Regard film was Yoon Jong-bin's sophomore outing as a director.

In the upcoming Rome Film Festival's competition, Fine Cut is representing Zhang Lu's latest drama Iri and Siddik Barmak's Opium War - the latter in association with Cineclick Asia.