Patrick Wachsberger's Summit International, now embedded in the worldwide production and distribution company Summit Entertainment, has unveiled its Cannes sales slate.

The roster includes two Summit productions - a second instalment in the nascent dance franchise Step Up and the teen fight club drama Get Some - as well as third party product including two projects from Walden Media and Roman Polanski's epic thriller Pompeii.

The Walden Media titles are Nim's Island and City Of Ember.

Nim's Island stars Jodie Foster and Abigail Breslin and is based on Wendy Orr's fantasy adventure novel about a girl who lives with her father on a remote island and strikes up a fateful friendship with a reclusive novelist.

Mark Levin and Jennifer Flackett adapted the screenplay and will direct and Paula Mazur is producing. Fox will distribute in North America through its marketing and distribution arrangement with Walden.

Fox-Walden will also handle City Of Ember, a Walden Media and Playtone Productions fantasy adventure about two teenagers who try to save their city as its central power supply begins to fade. Tom Hanks and Gary Goetzman are producing and Gil Kenan will direct.

Pompeii is based on Robert Harris' thriller about a young Neapolitan engineer living in the shadow of Mount Vesuvius who is charged with ensuring the regional water supply remains steady at a time of great intrigue and the volcano's imminent eruption. Polanski, Robert Benmussa and Alain Sarde are producing the lavish RP Productions project, and no domestic distributor is attached.

Step Up 2 is being directed by Jon Chu and follows a new arrival at the Maryland School for the Arts who is torn between dancing with her friends and competing with the school team. Wachsberger, Feig, Adam Shankman and Jennifer Gibgot are producing the Summit Entertainment and Offspring Entertainment co-production.

Jeff Wadlow will direct Get Some, a Summit Entertainment and Mandalay Pictures co-production that Wachsberger is producing with Erik Feig, Craig Baumgarten and David Zelon. The story follows a transplanted youngster who must navigate the treacherous world of teen fight clubs in Orlando, Florida.

No domestic distributor is attached to either Step Up 2 or Get Some, and a spokesperson said there was no indication at this point that they would be added to Summit Entertainment's domestic release roster.

The Cannes line-up includes the previously announced Lindsey Lohan thriller I Know Who Killed Me, which Chris Sivertson directed and will open through Screen Gems in North America. Lohan plays a woman who appears to develop a split personality after she is brutally kidnapped. Julia Ormond, Neal McDonough, Spencer Garrett also star in the 360 Pictures title produced by Frank Mancuso Jr.