L.A.-based Cinamour Entertainment continued expansion into the feature film business with the acquisition of seven titles from Rogue Arts, Cinamour CEO Glen Hartford announced today. The films include "Allie & Me" by Michael Rymer starring Oscar-nominee Dyan Cannon about a developmentally challenged beautician, who goes on a crime spree in Beverly Hills as well as "Cannes Man," written and directed by Richard Martini starring Johnny Depp, Dennis Hopper and John Malkovich in a comedy about the Cannes Film Festival. Also picked up were Richard Martini's comedy/adventure "Camera," starring Angie Everhart; offbeat black comedy "Burning Down the House" directed by Philippe Mora; drama/adventure "Hard Luck" by Jack Rubio; writer/director Kirk Harris' story of a small time drug dealer, "Loser"; and New England-set thriller "Dirty Boy" by Gerald Frasco. Cinamour made the announcement ahead of the opening of the American Film Market (AFM) in Santa Monica, CA. Rogue Arts is a full service production and limited theatrical distribution company. Cinamour Entertainment is currently in development, pre-production and production on a number of film and television projects. [Brian Brooks]