Fledgling Berlin-based company M-Appeal has added another five titles to its sales line-up, which will have their market premieres at the forthcoming Marche du Film in Cannes.

M-Appeal will be handling international distribution on the following films:

Gustav Hofer and Luca Ragazzi's documentary Suddenly, Last Winter about homophobia in Italy, first shown at the Berlinale in February;

Spanish film-maker Antonio Hens' Clandestinos, focussing on a wannabe ETA terrorist;

Niels Laupert's Seven Days Sunday, which has been presented at the festivals in Munich, Solothurn and Rotterdam, about two teenagers who kill for a bet;

Brazilian actor Carlos Alberto Ricelli's The Sign Of The City, written by actress Bruna Lombardi, about people coping with life in Sao Paulo;

And veteran director Luis Galvao Teles' comedy Dot.com about Portuguese villagers fighting a multinational over their village website's alleged domain name infringement.

Meanwhile, M-Appeal has appointed Sandra Mau to their sales team with responsibility for sales to Eastern Europe. Birgit Haugg, who has been with M-Appeal since their launch in January, will now be responsible for the USA as well as Scandinavia, Asia, Australia and South Africa.