Susan Jackson's Zenpix,celebrating its first year as an international distribution and sales companybacked by Promark Entertainment, has closed multi-territory deals on ChristianOtjen's thriller Reeseville andLisa France's rap drama Anne B Real.

The Santa Monica-basedcompany said it sold Reesevilleto Home Entertainment for the UK, TransTV for Indonesia, New World Pictures forThailand, Audio Visual for Greece/Cyprus, Lusomundo for Portugal and BelievenEnterprises for Russia.

Anne B Real sold to MIA for the UK, FEG for the Benelux marketsand New World Pictures for Thailand.

Zenpix also sold MarkDecena's romantic comedy Dopamineto New World Pictures for Thailand and was finalising several other deals onthe picture this week. All deals stem from the AFM.

Reeseville is due to open in the US through Zenpix. Anne BReal opened last year through ScreenMedia Ventures and Dopamine wasreleased last year through the Sundance Film Series.

"A lot of people were sayingit was a bit slow this year, but I guess that speaks well of the quality levelof Zenpix product as we were very busy this year," Jackson said of the AFM in astatement.

"Also, I look forward toNovember, when AFM joins forces with AFI Fest, which will certainly increasemarketability for our new films."

Jackson launched Zenpix withJon Kramer's Promark Entertainment as backer in 2000 and Zenpix's internationalsales division launched at AFM 2003.