StudioCanal has added several films to its line up heading into next week's American Film Market. Award-winning actor-director Agnes Jaoui returns to directing with relationship comedy Let It Rain starring Jamel Debbouze, Jean-Pierre Bacri and Jaoui herself. The film is currently in production with rights available worldwide.

Also in production is Me Two from directors Bruno and Nicolas. The comedy stars Daniel Auteuil and Alain Chabat as two opposites who inhabit the same body.

Four films currently in post-production have also been added to StudioCanal's slate. From Jet Set director Fabien Onteniente comes Disco starring Franck Dubosc as Didier Travolta, a man who reforms the 'hottest disco-dancing group ever' to win a dream vacation for his son. The film also stars Gerard Depardieu, Emmanuelle Beart, Samuel Le Bihan and Isabelle Nanty.

Love Me No More stars Albert Dupontel and Marie-Josee Croze as directed by Jean Becker and is billed as a moving story with a twist. Croze also stars in Karnaval director Thomas Vincent's The Protocol, a thriller also starring Clovis Cornillac.

Finally, Frederic Lepage is new on the line up with Sunni And The Elephant starring Keith Chin and Simon Woods. The film follows a young man and his elephant as they lead the fight against traffickers in endangered species. Rights are available outside Switzerland, Germany, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Burma and Laos.

Previously announced films StudioCanal's slate include Cedric Klapisch's Paris, Erick Zonca's Julia and Mathieu Kassovitz's Babylon A.D. Screenings at the AFM will include Li Yang's Blind Mountain, Jean-Jacques Annaud's His Majesty Minor, Emir Kusturica's Promise Me This and Anne Le Ny's Those Who Remain.