Includes four market premieres and SXSW, Tribeca hits ‘Snap’ and ‘Teenage’.

The Works International has announced worldwide sales on four market premieres that they are bringing to buyers in Cannes.

Psychological thriller Snap, which screened at SXSW, is directed by Youssef Delara and Victor Teran and stars Dustin Hoffman’s son Jake Hoffman and Nikki Reed from the Twilight series.

Following premiere screenings at Tribeca and Hotdocs, the Works has also acquired documentaries Teenage and Shooting Bigfoot.

The former explores the birth of the “teenager” in the 20th century and is from the writer and producer of Joy Division, Jon Savage and Jacqui Edenbrow. It is directed by Matt Wolf and executive producer is Philipp Engelhorn (Beast of the Southern Wild) of Cinereach.

In Shooting Bigfoot, Bafta-winning director Morgan Matthews goes in search of passionate Bigfoot hunters in the US. Produced by Claire Voyce, it is financed in conjunction with the BFI and BBC Storyville.

The Works will also be selling UK culinary comedy Jadoo, written and directed by Amit Gupta (Resistance) and produced by Richard Holmes (Waking Ned).

It will also screen love story Kelly + Victor and comedy horror 100 Bloody Acres.