What are buyers sizing up at film fest?

“Adam Resurrected”
Jeff Goldblum toplines as a Holocaust survivor in Paul Schrader’s latest. Pic also played Venice and Telluride. (U.S. sales: ICM)

“The Burning Plain”
“Babel” scribe Guillermo Arriaga takes the helm, weaving multiple storylines featuring Charlize Theron and Kim Basinger. Bowed in Venice. (UTA)

“Deadgirl”
Dark fantasy laced with humor by tyro helmers Marcel Sarmiento and Gadi Harel. One of the few available offerings in the Midnight Madness section. (The Collective)

“Easy Virtue”
Jessica Biel, Colin Firth and Ben Barnes head this Noel Coward adaptation helmed and penned by Stephan Elliot. (Ealing Studios)

“Every Little Step”
Docu on the history and audition process for “A Chorus Line,” co-helmed by Endgame topper Jim Stern. (WMi)

“Fifty Dead Men Walking”
Gritty Irish thriller toplining Jim Sturgess (“21″), helmed by Kari Skogland. (WMi)

“Gigantic”
N.Y. indie with Zooey Deschanel and Paul Dano, produced by Killer Films and Epoch Films (“Junebug”). (Cinetic)

“The Hurt Locker”
Kathryn Bigelow helmed action-suspenser about a bomb squad operating in an Iraq war zone, starring Jeremy Renner. (CAA)

“The Loss of a Teardrop Diamond”
Bryce Dallas Howard heads 1920s period piece based on a found Tennessee Williams script. (ICM)

“Is There Anybody There?”
John Crowley (“Boy A”) drama toplining Michael Caine. (Cinetic)

“It Might Get Loud”
Davis Guggenheim (“An Inconvenient Truth”) explores the love of guitar with Jimmy Page, the Edge and Jack White. (Little Film Co.)

“Lovely, Still”
An unconventional love story starring Ellen Burstyn and Martin Landau. (WMi)

“Lymelife”
A 1980s-set family drama by the Martini brothers, with Alec Baldwin and exec produced by Martin Scorsese. (WMi)

“Management”
Romantic comedy starring Jennifer Aniston and Steve Zahn. (CAA)

“Me and Orson Welles”
Richard Linklater directs Zac Efron, Claire Danes and Christian McKay, who plays Welles. (Cinetic)

“The Other Man”
European-set tale of romantic obsession starring Laura Linney, Liam Neeson and Antonio Banderas, and helmed by “Notes on a Scandal’s” Richard Eyre. (ICM)

“The Wrestler”
Mickey Rourke goes blond and gets physical in Darren Aronofsky’s latest. Bowed in Venice. (CAA)

Follow @Variety on Twitter for breaking news, reviews and more