Toronto-based Cinemavault has closed international sales on Plum Pictures’ drama Trucker, which stars Michelle Monaghan as a truck driver who is reunited with her estranged son.

High Fliers has taken the UK, while Falcon has acquired for the Middle East, Village for Greece, Lap TV for LatinAmerica, HBO for Eastern Europe, DBS for Israel and ATP Insaat for Turkey.

The company has acquired the cross-cultural romantic comedy Loins Of Punjab, an official selection in the DubaiFilm Festival starring Ayesha Dharker, Ajay Naidu, Shabana Azmi and Samrat Chakrabarti that EmergingPictures released in the US.

Also new is Mary Haverstick’s drama Home starring Marcia Gay Harden as a woman struggling to break generations of addiction to save her child’s life. Monterey Media handled the US release.

The roster also includes the last film in the Theo Van Gogh Trilogy, Somewhere Tonight, set to begin production on July 27 in New York. John Turturro and Katherine Borowitz star as two lonely people who meet through a sex line and begin a relationship via the telephone. Cinemavault handles worldwide rights.