The Festival of British Film in Dinard has announced further films in its line-up.

Titles added to the previously announced Avant Premiere section include: Joe Wright's Atonement, Anand Tucker's And When Did You Last See Your Father, and Bille Eltringham's Mrs Ratcliffe's Revolution.

As reported last week, Dinard (Oct 4-7) will open with Ken Loach's It's A Free World and will close with Pascal Thomas' L'Heure Zero.

Kerry Fox has joined the jury, which also includes actress/director Josiane Balasko, actresses Imelda Staunton, Cecile Cassel, Linh Dan Pham, Claire Nebout, Sylvie Testud, actor Robin Renucci, impersonator Laurent Gerra, and documentarian Michael Grigsby. One more juror will be announced.

The Golden Hitchcock competition carries cash prizes of Euros 3,000 for distribution costs and a director's grant of Euros 1,600.

The festival is supported by The UK Film Council, the British Council, and France's CNC.

Attendees this year will include Shane Meadows, Mark Herbert, Joss Ackland, Oliver Parker, Asif Kapadia Sarah Gavron, Kierston Wareing, Tom Collins, Mike Caplan, Jan Dunn, Ian Seller, Velibor Topic, Marc Munden, Bille Eltringham, and David MacKenzie.

The festival also includes a short film competition between the UK's NFTS and France's Le Femis.