Lightning Entertainment hasbulked up its AFM slate by taking international rights to Phil Morrison'sfamily drama Junebug and RobertGreenwald's documentary Wal-Mart: TheHigh Cost Of Low Price.

The Los Angeles-based salesand distribution outfit swooped on Junebugfollowing the demise of UK-based sales house Renaissance Films. The picture,which earned a Special Jury Prize at Sundance for Amy Adams' breakoutperformance, grossed $2.6m in its recent North American theatrical run throughSony Pictures Classics. It charts the fallout when a big city art dealer visitsher in-laws in rural America.

Alessandro Nivola, EmbethDavidtz, Scott Wilson, Ben McKenzie and Celia Weston also star.

Junebugpreviously sold to Paradiso for the Benelux countries,Smile for Scandinavia, Odeon for Greece, Force for Australia and New Zealand, Bitelli for Brazil and Ster-Kinekor for South Africa.

Wal-Mart: The High Cost Of Low Price - activist filmmaker Greenwald's follow-up to Outfoxed: Rupert Murdoch's War On Journalism- makes its market debut at the AFM and exposes unsavoury practices at the world'slargest retailer. Endeavor's Graham Taylor brokered the deal.

"Robert's documentarieshave bravely tackled some very relevant subjects and awakened people worldwideto a range of injustices," Lightning co-president Richard Guardian said.

"This movie is going torattle some cages and make people stand up and take notice. If it can lead toWal-Mart, and other corporations, altering some of their practices, it hasserved a significant purpose."

The documentary will open inselect US cities on Nov 4 through Greenwald's extensivedistribution network.