Summit Entertainment has reported brisk business on its Cannes slate,virtually selling out on Atom Egoyan's competition entry Where The TruthLies,Alejandro Gonzalez Inarritu's ensemble piece Babel, Tony Gilroy's dramaticthriller Michael Clayton, Nick Goossen's comedy Nana's Boy, and David Ayer's SouthCentral set drama Harsh Times.

Where TheTruth Lies has sold toMomentum in the UK, Concorde in Germany, Movie-Eye in Japan, Fandango in Italy,and Media So So in South Korea. The project previously sold to TFM in France,Roadshow in Australia and New Zealand, WestVideo in Russia, and L'Elysee inBenelux.

Babel went to Paramount in the UK as part of thestudio's acquisition of all English-speaking rights, Tobis in Germany, Gaga inJapan, StudioCanal in France, and RAI 01 in Italy.

Rights to MichaelClayton sold to Pathe inthe UK, Constantin in Germany, Movie-Eye in Japan, SND in France, and Medusa inItaly.

Nana's Boy went to Fox in the UK, and Constantin inGermany, while Harsh Times, which is expected to be ready in time for Toronto, has gone to Pathe inthe UK, SND in France and Mikado in Italy.

Anne Fletcher'sperforming arts school romance Music High, which is set for a September start and will bereleased in North America through Touchstone, is also selling well. Rights havegone to Universal in the UK and France, Constantin in Germany, and Medusa inItaly, among others.

Summit has alsoreported sales on Tom Tykwer's upcoming mystery and Patrick Sueskind adaptationPerfume, which hasgone to Gaga in Japan and is set for Jul 12 start in Munich.