Japan's SPO Entertainmenthas snapped up two titles from Fortissimo Films - Tian Zhuangzhuang's The GoMaster and Pen-ek Ratanaruang's InvisibleWaves, which premiered incompetition at this year's Berlin.
Go Master, which stars Chang Chen and Sylvia Chang, tells thelife story of Wu Qingyuan, the world's most renowned player of the ancient gameof Go. Israel's United King and Greece's Village Roadshow have also acquiredthe film, which is currently in post-production.
Meanwhile, Fortissimo hasalso sold Neil Armfield's drug drama Candy - which also premiered in competition at Berlin - to the UK's ICAProjects while France's Pretty Pictures has bought Jasmine Dellal's documentaryWhen The Road Bends - Tales Of A Gypsy Caravan.
In addition, Thailand's Sahamongkolfilmhas snapped up a multi-picture package from Fortissimo including Taxidermia, Broken Sky and Cut Sleeve Boys.