CANNES — Dogwoof has inked a string of Cannes deals for “Advanced Style” and “The Last Impresario.”

All-rights deals for “Advanced Style,” which is helmed by Lina Plioplyte and Ari Seth Cohen, were inked in Scandinavia and the Baltics with Non Stop Entertainment, and in Japan with New Select Co. Pic is based on the fashion blog and book of the same name highlighting stylish New Yorkers above the age of 60.

Deals for Gracie Otto’s (pictured) “The Last Impresario,” about producer and bon vivant Michael White, who revolutionized London’s theater scene in the 1970s, were closed in Canada with KinoSmith and Italy with I Wonder Pictures.

Dogwoof also represents Alex Gibney’s “Finding Fela” biopic about Nigerian musician Fela Kuti, which premiered at Sundance and makes it market premiere in Cannes.

Dogwoof is also pre-selling “Sour Grapes,” helmed by Jerry Rothwell (“Town of Runners”), about the world’s greatest wine fraud, which is in production.