THINKFilm International has announced its flurry of deals from Cannes.

Alex de la Iglesia's thriller The Oxford Murders, now in post-production, closed further territories including Germany (Koch Media), Brazil (Imagem), Eastern Europe (Paradise MGN, Vision and Pro-vision), the Middle East (Front Row), Greece (Audiovisual) and Hong Kong (CMC).

Un Certain Regard title My Brother Is An Only Child (Mio Fratello e Figlio Unico) by Daniele Luchetti closed deals in the UK (Revolver), Spain (Vertigo), Australia (Aztec), Scandinavia (Non Stop Entertainment), Argentina (Alpha), Greece (Rosebud), the Middle East (Front Row), Portugal (Atalanta), Turkey (Filmpop), Hungary (Budapest Film) and Switzerland (Agora).

THINKFilm also closed a German deal with Koch Media for Nigel Cole's Five Dollars A Day and sold several territories for Geoffrey Haley's The Last Word.

David Berstein, chairman of THINKFilm's parent company Capitol Group, said: 'I am delighted that our ramped up international division has realized its potential this Cannes. The response to our product line-up from international buyers has exceeded even our high expectations'.