As the European Film Market(EFM) enters its final furlong, Massimo Saidel'sMadrid-based Latido has been wrapping up sales on anumber of titles on its Berlin slate.

Goya winner The Method has gone to France (CTV), and Chile (Bazooka) with Mikado poised to take Italian rights.

De Profundis, Latido's big-budget adultanimated feature, has been pre-sold to Yugoslavia.

Viva Cuba, which has already gone to 25 countries, has closed with Canada (KO.) France (Epicentre) and Benelux (Victory).

Another Goya winner Blessed By Firehas gone to Japan (New Select), Benelux and Brazil. Meanwhile, last year's Berlinaletitle Para QueNo Me Olvides has gone to France (Coli Films.)

"It has been a morethan reasonable market. Prices have been recovering in the key territories,"commented Saidel. The Latidoboss also confirmed he will be backing rising young Moroccan auteurs Swel and Imad Noury (whosedebut feature Heaven's Doorspremiered this week in Berlin's Panorama) on their new project Comanches, a hard-hittingthriller about Colombian drug traffickerss.

Latido is closing on a German deal at EFM for Heaven's Doors.