Available titles with high buzz factor

“Alone With Her” Colin Hanks stars in this thriller about a man who stalks a young woman by planting surveillance cameras around her apartment. (Sales: Arianna Bocco, Gersh)

“Cocaine Cowboys” After a rough-cut screening at Miami Intl. last year, director Billy Corben’s latest docu since 2001’s “Raw Deal: A Question of Consent” focuses on Miami’s transformation from sleepy Southern city to mecca of drugs and debauchery. (Sales: Dan O’Meara, Epstein, Levinsohn, Bodine, Hurwitz and Weinstein)

“Driving Lessons” Scribe Jeremy Brock (“Mrs. Brown”) directs this coming-of-age tale about a teenager who escapes from his religious mother (Laura Linney) and into the embrace of a retired actress (Julie Walters) who teaches him the ways of the world. Already acquired for the U.K. and Ireland by Tartan Films. (Sales: Content Film)

“Hatchet” Adam Green (“Cabin Fever 2”) churns out this grindhouse slasher comedy about a hatchet-wielding killer who terrorizes a group of Mardi Gras revelers. (Sales: Andrew Hurwitz, Epstein, Levinsohn, Bodine, Hurwitz and Weinstein)

“Jesus Camp” From the makers of acclaimed docu “The Boys of Baraka” comes this chronicle of a summer camp for kids who hope to become the next Billy Graham. (Sales: Cinetic Media)

“Journey to the End of the Night” New York indie filmmaker Eric Eason (“Manito”) directs this Sao Paulo-set drama about a father and son who try to escape the drudgery of their everyday lives. Starring Brendan Fraser, Scott Glenn, Catalina Sandino Moreno and Mos Def. (Sales: Millennium Films)

“Lonely Hearts” Salma Hayek and Jared Leto topline this 1940s period flick based on the real-life Lonely Hearts Killers, the murderous couple famously immortalized in Leonard Castle’s 1970 B-classic “The Honeymoon Killers.” Writer Todd Robinson (“White Squall”) directs his own script. Also starring John Travolta and James Gandolfini. (Sales: Cassian Elwes, William Morris)

“The One Percent” Director Jamie Johnson, heir to the Johnson and Johnson fortune and director of HBO acquisition “Born Rich,” returns to his own upper-class milieu for this supposedly more hard-hitting docu about the vast gap between rich and poor. (Sales: Cinetic Media)

“The TV Set” Jake Kasdan (“Zero Effect”) writes and directs this comedy about a TV writer (David Duchovny) who observes his pilot mangled by the network in its journey from script to screen. Also starring Sigourney Weaver, Ioan Gruffudd and Justine Bateman. (Sales: Cinetic Media)

“The War Tapes” Produced and edited by Steve James and his team (“Hoop Dreams”), Deborah Scranton’s docu about National Guardsmen fighting in Iraq was put together with 900 hours of footage shot by the soldiers themselves. (Sales: Cinetic Media)

Available titles with moderate buzz

“Civic Duty” Jeff Renfroe (“One Point O”) directs this paranoid thriller about an American accountant (Peter Krause) who loses his job and becomes obsessed with terrorist plots and cable news propaganda that spiral out of control when an Islamic student moves in next door. (Sales: Roeg Sutherland, CAA)

“First Snow” In this psychological thriller produced by Furst Films and Bob Yari’s El Camino Pictures, a salesman (Guy Pearce) is gripped by panic after a psychic warns him of his impending death. Also starring Piper Perabo. (Sales: Yari Film Group)

“Walker Payne” Set in the ’50s, Walker Payne (Jason Patric) is given an ultimatum by his ex-wife (Drea de Matteo) to come up with $5,000 or lose his daughters forever. His plan: to risk the life of his beloved pet to win big in the world of dog fighting. (Sales: Robert Stein, Paradigm Agency)

“Colour Me Kubrick” Already released in France, the comedy follows the infamous life of Alan Conway (John Malkovich), a conman who successfully passed himself off as the famed reclusive director Stanley Kubrick. (Sales: EuropaCorp)

“Pittsburgh” This documentary comedy follows Jeff Goldblum and his new girlfriend in a Pittsburgh regional theater production of “The Music Man.” (Sales: Andrew Hurwitz, Epstein, Levinsohn, Bodine, Hurwitz and Weinstein)