Celluloid Dreams has acquired world rights to Thomas Vinterberg's WhenA Man Comes Home and Baltasar Kormakur's White Night Wedding.

The latter is a comedy-drama set in Iceland at the time of the midnight sun. The film is produced by Agnes Johansen and Kormakur and has already been a hit at home.

Further, Celluloid Dreams is launching two animated projects in Cannes. Brendan, The Secret Of Kells by Tomm Moore joins the previously announced Mia & The Migoo by Jacques Remy-Girerd. Both films were six years in the making.

Celluloid and Les Armateurs teamed up for Moore's $10 (Euros 6m) Secret Of Kells after having worked together on Sylvain Chomet's Triplets Of Belleville and Kirikou And The Wild Beasts.

Secret is a co-production with Belgium's Vivi Films and Ireland's Cartoon Saloon. The English-language film explores Celtic legends via a young monk illuminator, Brendan who reaches into his imagination to fomplete Ireland's national treasure the Book of Kells.

BVI is handling the Irish release, Kinepolis Film Distributio has the picture in Belgium; Bridge Entertainment in Holland and Gebeka in France.

Mia from Raining Cats & Frogs director Jacques Remy-Girerd celebrates family and ecological values. It is premiering in the Cannes Market and will be released by Gebeka in France in December.