Macedonian filmmaker Milcho Manchevski's mystery love story Shadows and maverick Canadian director Bruce McDonald's The Tracey Fragments lead a raft of deals signed by Bavaria Film International at the AFM.

The Tracey Fragments was sold to Atlantik in an all-rights deal for Scandinavia, following a deal with the UK's Soda Pictures that was struck during the Toronto Film Festival in September, while Shadows went to Blanco y Travieso (Venezuela), Cine Colombia (Colombia), and FILMA (Turkey) in all-rights deals.

HBO secured pay TV rights for Latin America for Shadows as well as for Israel's Oscar entry Beaufort, the Norwegian drama Sons, Didi Danquart's Romanian-set Offset and the kibbutz drama Sweet Mud.

In addition, Blanco y Travieso picked up Tamar van den Dop's poetic love story Blind and Felix Randau's call centre drama The Calling Game, the latter film also being sold to Colombia's Cine Colombia .

Bavaria also sold veteran Czech filmmaker Jiri Menzel's I Served The King Of England to the UK's Arrow Films and Romanian video and TV rights for Didi Danquart's Offset to Prorom Media Trade.