New York-based sales outfit Visit Films has sold US rights on Guy Moshe's Cambodia-set drama Holly to City Lights Pictures and North American rights on Steve Barron's psycho-drama Choking Man to Film Movement.

Holly tells of an American card shark and dealer of stolen artefacts who tries to smuggle a 12-year-old prostitute out of Cambodia.

Ron Livingston, Chris Penn, Virgine Ledoyen and Udo Kier star. Visit partners Ryan Kampe and Sylvain Tron brokered the deal with Mark Ragone and Marcus Lansdell of City Lights Media.

Choking Man centres on the day-to-date life of a chronically shy Ecuadorian dishwasher working in Queens, New York. Visit signed the deal with Film Movement's Adley Gartenstein.

Kampe and Tron's slate includes the Directors Fortnight closing night film The Pleasure of Being Robbed, Momma's Man, The Amazing Truth About Queen Raquela and The Matador (El Fandi).