UK-based distributor Network has taken all UK rights to four new titles in Cannes.

They are Afterschool, Rumba, Soi Cowboy, and (as reported separately) Tony Manero.

Antonio Campos' Afterschool, in Un Certain Regard, was sold by The Coproduction Office. The film is about a young American student who captures the tragic death of two classmates on camera.

Dominique Abel, Fiona Gordan and Bruno Romy's Rumba was sold by MK2. It is about two dance-obsessed school teachers whose lives are changed after a car accident.

Thomas Clay's Soi Cowboy was also sold by The Coproductin Office. The drama is about an obese European man who lives with a young, pregnant Thai woman.

Pablo Larrain's Tony Manero is sold by Funny Ballooons. It is about a disco-obsessed serial killer in 1978 Santiago, Chile.

Network MD Tim Beddows said in a statement: 'We are constantly looking to add cutting edge and exciting films to our company's range, seeing new releases as an important part of our future business model as we continue to diversify into new areas.'