Patrick Ewald and Shaked Berenson’s Epic Pictures Group has locked a score of foreign deals for Mischa Barton supernatural thriller “Into the Dark,” which it is shopping in Cannes.

Pic, written and directed by Mark Edwin Robinson (“The Levenger Tapes”), has sold to Tiberius for Germany, Eagle for the Middle East and Eurofilms for Peru, Ecuador and Bolivia.

Pic sees a young girl, whose parents have just died, go on a search for her missing boyfriend with a group of friends only to encounter unseen paranormal forces.

Pic, a Castlight Pictures/Zero Gravity co-production, is produced by David C. Robinson, Christine Holder, Mark Holder and Danny Roth.

Epic is also shopping Norwegian creature thriller “Thale,” which debuted at the SXSW festival earlier this year, as well as “Last Call,” starring Tara Reid, Christopher Lloyd and Tom Arnold.

And it is shopping “The Mall,” starring Vincent D’Onofrio, Gina Gershon, Peter Stormare, Mimi Rogers, James Frecheville and Cameron Monaghan as well as thriller “The Devil’s in the Details,” starring Emilio Rivera and Ray Liotta.