QED International has acquired international distribution rights to coming-of-age comedy “Toy’s House,” three days after CBS Films acquired U.S. rights at Sundance.

Pic, directed by first-time helmer Jordan Vogt-Roberts from a screenplay by Chris Galletta, which premiered last Saturday at Sundance. “House” stars Nick Robinson, Gabriel Basso and Moises Arias as three teenage boys who head into the wilderness with a plan to build a house and live off the land.

Tyler Davidson of Low Spark Films, Peter Saraf of Big Beach and John Hodges are the producers with Richard Rothfeld and Jordan Vogt-Roberts serving as exec producers. Nick Offerman, Megan Mullally, Alison Brie, Mary Lynn Rajskub, Erin Moriarty, Marc Evan Jackson, Thomas Middleditch and Tony Hale co-star.

The deal with QED was negotiated by QED’s John Friedberg. John Sloss and Cinetic Media repped the filmmakers.

“Toy’s House” will be part of QED’s Berlin sales slate which also includes David Ayer’s “Ten,” starring Arnold Schwarzenegger; the romantic comedy “Fading Gigolo,” directed by John Turturro and starring Turturro and Woody Allen; the romantic comedy “Are We Officially Dating?,” starring Zac Efron and Imogen Poots; and Mac Carter’s supernatural thriller “Haunt,” starring Jacki Weaver.