K5 International has boarded world sales on Neil LaBute’s Dirty Weekend. Matthew Broderick and Alice Eve star in the film about a businessman trying to reconstruct the details of a drunken encounter. The film is currently shooting in New Mexico with Duncan Montgomery and Tiller Russell producing through their Horsethief Pictures. Joey Stewart also produces. K5 will start sales at the AFM.

UK-based Altitude Film Sales has added five new titles to its lineup for the AFM. From Shine Pictures and Kudos, Spooks: The Greater Good is based on the BAFTA-winning TV series that’s known as MI-5 in the U.S. The espionage thriller will shoot in early 2014 and be be directed by Bharat Nalluri who was the original director of the TV show. Series regular Peter Firth is onboard with further casting to be announced at the AFM. Also on the slate is The Call-Up, which topped the 2011 Brit List (the UK’s version of the Black List). The pic finds a group of online gamers fighting for their lives within a state-of-the-art virtual reality simulation. Commercials helmer Charles Barker is directing. Matt Wilkinson of Stigma Films and John Giwa-Amu of Red And Black Films are producers. Also on deck is supernatural horror movie The Last Word, directed by Simon Rumley and starring Mike Doyle, Erin Cummings and Sean Patrick Flanery; Pulp, a documentary about the alternative rock band from Sheffield; and found-footage pic Hangar 10.