New Films International (NFI) has picked up three titles ahead of AFM including the psychological drama Day Zero with Elijah Wood and addiction drama Intervention with Andie MacDowell.

Day Zero imagines the lives of three friends in New York at a time when the military draft has been reinstated and the men are preparing to go to war.

Wood stars alongside Chris Klein and Jon Bernthal and Bryan Gunnar Cole makes his feature directorial debut based on a screenplay by Robert Malkani.

Intervention pits MacDowell into an intense battle of the sexes as a group of addicts from different walks of life find themselves under one roof for 28 days.

Mary McGuckian directed and Rupert Graves, Colm Feore, Jennifer Tilly
and Donna D'Errico round out the cast. The film won best feature and
best actress for Tilly at last month's San Diego Film Festival.

Sex And Breakfast is a romp about two couples that visit orgies in a
desperate bid to save their ailing relationships. Macaulay Culkin, Kuno Becker, Eliza Dushku, and Alexis Dziena star and Miles Brandman directed.

Vice president of acquisitions Mark Clark brokered the deals for NFI.