The Wild Bunch selling spree continued in Berlin Tuesday with sales of Michel Ocelot's Azur And Asmar to The Weinstein Company and Laurent Tirard's Moliere to Sony Pictures Classics in the US. Azur And Asmar also sold to Japan's Studio Ghibli.

Further sales were also completed on Morgan Spurlock's hunt-for-Bin-Laden documentary with Spain's Alta, Brazil's Europa and Mexico's Quality all taking the film.

Quality also picked up D. Jud Jones' Film Noir, Hana Makhmalbaf's Buddha Collapsed Out Of Shame and horror pic Martyrs for Mexico and The Orphanage for all of Latin America. Germany's Senator also took The Orphanage and Martyrs. Again in Germany, Telepool picked up Damien Odoul's L'Histoire de Richard O.

Canada's Crystal took Richard O along with I Always Wanted To Be A Gangster by Samuel Benchetrit, Rodrigo Pla's La Zona and animated feature Max & Co.

In Korea, Eureka picked up The Orphanage while With Cinema took both Buddha and Richard O.

Poland's Monolith grabbed Vera Belmont's Surviving With Wolves and Moliere which was also acquired by Russia's Paradise.