TF1 International has unveiled its slate for the upcoming Cannes Film Market.

Among the official selections, TF1 is handling Directors Fortnight closer Mutum by Sandra Kogut.

The company has also announced three new films.

- Ca$h, directed by Babylon A.D. screenwriter Eric Besnard, stars Jean Reno, Jean Dujardin and Alice Taglioni. Produced by Patrice Ledoux, the film is about a pair of duelling conmen working the French Riviera and will be ready for delivery in Spring 2008.

- Flying Lessons by Italy's Francesca Archibugi is a coming-of-age story about two wealthy Italian kids and their journey of discovery in India.

- Alessandro D'Alatri's Commediasexi is a comedy set in the world of Roman politics. TF1 will screen the latter in a world premiere.

Also getting its world premiere screenings are Payoff 2 and UV.

The former is a sequel to 2003's Payoff, from Gilles Paquet-Brenner and Cyril Sebas and stars Stomy Bugsy, Titoff, Jean Benguigui and Noemie Lenoir.

UV is also from Paquet-Brenner and stars Jacques Dutronc, Marhe Keller, Laura Smet and Pascal Elbe. The sensual drama is a thriller in the vein of Jacques Deray's classic La Piscine.

Films rounding out the line-up include Jean-Paul Salome's Female Agents with Sophie Marceau, Laura Smet and Julie Depardieu about a group of female parachutists in WWII; and romantic comedy Shall We Kiss from Emmanuel Mouret.

Kiss stars the director, Virginie Ledoyen, Stafano Accorsi, and Julie Gayet.