Nadine de Barros and EricChristenson have joined Nicolas Chartier and Dean Devlin's fledgling sales andfinancing outfit Voltage Pictures as sales executives.

The former Crystal Sky and Tentpole Pictures executives come aboard as Voltageheads into its first Cannes market with a strong slate of titles boasting suchtalent as Julie Delpy, Elisha Cuthbert, and Mena Suvari.

"I've known Nadine for a few years and I think she's one of the most dynamic,promising, rising stars in the foreign sales industry," Chartier said. "I'veworked for Eric at Myriad, I learned a lot from him, I'm glad we're workingtogether again."

"The addition of Nadine and Eric takes Voltage to anew level, rounding out our ability to service our films and making us muchmore competitive in the market place," Devlin added.

Voltage's slate includes John Stimpson's thriller The Legend Of Lucy Keyes starring Delpy and Justin Theroux as acouple haunted by the spirit of a missing girl; and Jamie Babbit's drama TheQuiet, which starsCuthbert in the tale of a mute girl who uncovers her cheerleader sister's darksecrets.

Also on the slate are Matthew Cole Weiss' college reunion comedy StandingStill starring Suvari,James Van Der Beek and Colin Hanks; and Craig Baxley's action adventure TheTriangle, which centreson an American billionaire who assembles a team of experts to solve the mysteryof the Bermuda Triangle.

Rounding out the slate are action adventure The Librarian 2; Eric Bernt's comedy Vegas; Carl Bessai's horror title Severed; and David Cunningham's horror picture After.