UK sales agent Jinga Films has closed sales on Lawrence Gough’s horror film Salvage for Germany (MIG Films) Middle East (Italia) and Japan.

The film tracks the residents of a sleepy town who are plunged into violence, terror and paranoia after a container washes ashore. It stars Shaun Dooley, Linzey Cocker and Neve McIntosh.

It has also sold Johnny Kevorkian’s supernatural thriller The Disappeared, starring Harry Treadaway, has sold to Benelux (Moonlight) and Germany (Savoy). It follows a man who tries to put his life back together after the disappearance of his younger brother but the past keeps coming back to haunt him. The cast also includes Tom Felton.

Meanwhile, deals have also been done for Julian Richards Summer Scars with Spain (Wise) and Thailand (Sahamongkol). Danny Hillers’ Love Me Still for The Middle East (Italia) and Greg Mandry’s Gnaw sold to Japan. The Disappeared and Summer Scars will receive a UK theatrical release in June through ICA’s New British Cinema label.