UK production house Good Films and sales outfit FilmNation Entertainment have signed an international sales agreement for the indie’s upcoming slate of films.

As previously reported at AFM, Good’s upcoming slate includes six films with budgets between $10-$52m.

FilmNation will first take the titles to the European Film Market at next month’s Berlinale.

Founded by producer Miriam Segal, Good Films will go into production on its first two projects – Invisible, directed by Everado Gout (Days of Grace) and The Infiltrator, helmed by Brad Furman (The Lincoln Lawyer) – this summer.

Other upcoming titles include Postcard Killers, from authors James Patterson and Liza Marklund; When a Crocodile Eats the Sun, from writer Peter Godwin; What I Loved, from author Siri Husvedt; and The F**k It Button, from BAFTA Award-winning director Polly Steele.