Ryan Kampe and Sylvain Tron’s New York-based sales company Visit Films will premiere three new titles in Cannes next week including two Directors’ Fortnight screenings and one out-of-competition entry.

The roster features Denis Cote’s Canadian entry Carcasses about an eclectic junk car collector in the woods of Quebec and fellow Directors’ Fortnight entry Ho Tzu Nyen’s Singapore-Canada film Here, which focuses on a controversial video therapy in a mental institution.

Adolfo Alix Jr and Raya Martin’s drama Manila will screen out of competition and charts the seedy underbelly of the Philippines capital city.

The slate includes Noah Buschel’s private eye mystery The Missing Person that premiered in Sundance and stars Michael Shannon, as well as Dia Sokol’s Sorry, Thanks, and Ry Russo-Young’s US urban misfit drama You Won’t Miss Me

Rounding out the roster are NC Heiken’s US-France documentary Kimjongilia about North Korean defectors that premiered in Sundance, Joe Lawlor and Christine Malloy’s UK drama Helen, and Joe Swanberg’s ensemble relationship drama Alexander The Last that premiered in SXSW.