Continuing a ferocious buying spree that began at Sundance, The Weinstein Company (TWC) has swooped in Berlin on North American rights to Morgan Spurlock's Osama Bin Laden documentary and all English-speaking territories on Julien Maury and Alexandre Bustillo's thriller Inside.

Harvey Weinstein reportedly flew into town on Saturday to see footage of Spurlock's upcoming film, which buyers had to agree to watch under pain of death if they breached a non-disclosure clause.

Spurlock has been in Afghanistan shooting footage and it is understood the film takes a tongue-in-cheek look at the hunt for the world's most wanted man. TWC did the deal with Cinetic Media and Wild Bunch.

The Weinsteins also took all English-speaking rights from Celluloid Dreams to Inside, starring Beatrice Dalle, Alysson Paradis, and Nathalie Roussel.

The story tells of a pregnant woman who loses her boyfriend in a car crash and is haunted by a mysterious woman.

Co-heads of acquisitions Maeva Gatineau and Michelle Krumm negotiated the deal with Celluloid Dream's Hengameh Panahi and Charlotte Mickie.