Magnolia Pictures' international sales department under Laird Adamson has had a successful EFM with its Spanish time travel thriller Timecrimes as well as the quirky romance Quid Pro Quo and Alex Gibney's documentary Gonzo: The Life And Work Of Dr Hunter S Thompson.

All three films, which will be handled by Magnolia Pictures in the US, played at the Sundance Film Festival last month.

La Fabrique De Films bought French rights on Timecrimes, Optimum bought UK, AMG bought Japan, Legend Films took Germany, Rialto took Australia and New Zealand, Angel Films bought Scandinavia and eastern Europe and Maywin in Russia.

Quid Pro Quo, which stars Nick Stahl and Vera Farmiga, went to Surreal Films in France, Phantom Films in Japan, SPI in eastern Europe and Orlando Films in Israel.

Gonzo went to Phantom Film in Japan, Optimum in the UK, Madman in Australia and New Zealand and Paradiso in Benelux.