As French sales companies get ready for the annual Unifrance Rendez Vous this coming weekend, StudioCanal has announced its line up for the industry screenings event.

From Pierre Jolivet comes the romantic comedy Je Crois Que Je L'Aime. Vincent Lindon and Sandrine Bonnaire star in a film about a man who hires a private detective to discover why the object of his affection is still single at 38. The film is completed and will be screened during the four-day Rendez Vous.

StudioCanal will also screen recent release Bad Faith from director Roschdy Zem who also stars alongside Cecile de France. Studio Canal also has Valerie Guignabodet's Dance With Him starring Mathilde Seigner, Philippe Lioret's Don't Worry I'm Fine, Yves Fanjberg and Didier Bourdon's Madame Irma, Alain Resnais' Private Fears In Public Places and local hit I Do from Eric Lartigau and starring Alain Chabat and Charlotte Gainsbourg.

Also on the slate are Thomas Balmes' Baby(ies), Matthieu Kassovitz' Babylon A.D., and Wong Kar Wai's Lady From Shanghai - all currently in production or pre-pre-production.

Of the films in post-production, StudioCanal has Wong's My Blueberry Nights; Jean-Jacques Annaud's His Majesty Minor, which was announced last year in Cannes; James Huth's follow up to smash Brice De Nice, Hellphone; The Age Of Ignorance from director Denys Arcand starring Diane Kruger; The Price To Pay from Alexandre Leclere with Christian Clavier and Nathalie Baye and Emir Kusturica's Promise Me This.

Completed films include David Lynch's Inland Empire, Margarethe Von Trotta's I Am The Other Woman, Jean Becker's Conversation With My Gardener, animated tale Franklin And The Turtle Lake Treasure, Pascal Thomas' The Very Big Apartment starring Laetitia Casta and Mathieu Amalric and My Place In The Sun from Eric de Montalier and starring Jacques Dutronc, Elodie Bouchez and Nicole Garcia.