Ben Elton's Maybe Baby opens the Dinard Festival Of British Film, which runs October 5-8.In the competition section, Guy Ritchie's Lock, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels' follow-up Snatch will square up to another much-anticipated, low-budget UK crowd-pleaser - Stephen Daldry's Billy Elliot. Also up for the Hitchcock d'Or at the Brittany-based event are Peter Sheridan's Borstal Boy; Paul McGuigan's Gangster No. 1; Simon Cellan Jones' Some Voices; and Aileen Ritchie's The Closer You Get.The jury includes actresses Maria de Medeiros and Anne Parillaud, actors Adrian Dunbar and Nick Moran, director Manuel Poirier, producer Humbert Balsan, producer-distributor Michele Halberstadt and journalist Philippe Lefait.Other films screening at the event include David Kane's Born Romantic, Ken Loach's Bread And Roses, Kevin Liddy's Country, Julian Kemp's House!, and Dominic Anciano and Ray Burdis' Love, Honour And Obey. Mark Herman's Purely Belter also makes an appearance, as do Eric Styles' Relative Values, Khalid Al-Haggar's Room To Rent and Nigel Cole's Saving Grace.Rounding out the main section are Jamie Thraves' The Low Down, Marleen Gorris' The Luzhin Defence, Genevieve Jolliffe's Urban Ghost Story, Gurinder Chadha's What's Cookin' and Declan Lowney's Wild About Harry.Director Julien Temple is expected to attend a tribute section showcasing his work. Films screening in the sidebar include Absolute Beginners, Pandaemonium and The Filth And The Fury. The Late Oliver Reed and Alec Guinness get tribute retrospectives