Rezo Films is handling international sales on three official selection titles at Cannes while also Stephane Brize's latest effort, among others.

Rezo has acquired Acne by director Frederico Velroj which is running in Directors' Fortnight. The film is a Spanish drama about a young man in search of the first kiss. Also in the Fortnight is Yin Lichuan's Knitting . The Chinese drama stars Zhang Yi.

In Critics' Week, Rezo is handling Everybody Dies But Me by Valeria Gaia Germanica. The Russian drama follows the coming of age of three school friends. Meanwhile, Courtney Hunt's Frozen River will receive a special screening. Rezo acquired the Sundance Grand Jury Prize winner in February.

Stephane Brize's follow up to acclaimed Not Here To Be Loved is Mademoiselle Chambon . An Italian mason falls in love with his son's teacher in this emotional drama starring Pierfrancesco Favino and Anouk Grinberg. The film is currently in pre-production.

World Premieres on the company's slate include Sunny Spells , a film from Diasteme and co-written with Christophe Honore. The comedy stars Emma de Caunes, Olivier Marchal and Lin Dan Pham. Marion Laine's A Simple Heart will also have its world premiere screening. A tale of strong female friendship, the film stars Sandrine Bonnaire, Marina Fois and Pascal Elbe.

Other titles on the line up include Fix by Tao Ruspoli; Khamsa from Karim Dridi; Welcome Home from Jean-Xavier de Lestrade and Abbas Fahdel's Dawn Of The World starring Secret Of The Grain revelation Hafsia Herzi.