Mercure's Jacques Le Glou has picked up worldwide rights to the Beatrice Dalle-starrer Dix Sept Fois Cecile Cassard which is screening in Un Certain Regard.

Dix Sept Fois Cecile Cassard, which portrays a woman through 17 moments of her life, is a first film by Christophe Honore. The title, produced by Sepia Productions, will also be competing for the Camera d'Or award.

Le Glou, who handles sales duties on competition title Robert Guedigian's Marie Jo Et Ses Deux Amours also picked another Un Certain Regard title just before Cannes - Jacques Nolot's second film La Chatte A Deux Tetes. Mercure has two other titles in selection in Cannes : Nicolas Philibert's documentary Etre Et Avoir and Yann Dodet's first effort Le Pays Du Chien Qui Chante.