Call for films – 27th edition

The film submission is now open. Please fill in this application The selection process takes about two months, so you will hear back if us by the end of July.

Pass cards: starting signal for the 2016 Festival

This year, you will have again two possibilities/options to buy your pass card for an unlimited access to all movies/sessions (excepted the opening film).– The online sale* will take place the 26 of may from 1PM on the Festival’s website.– The sale at Dinard at the Office du Tourisme will take place the 8 of […]

27ème édition du Festival du film britannique de Dinard

LA 27e EDITION DU FESTIVAL DU FILM BRITANNIQUE DE DINARDSE TIENDRA DU 28 SEPTEMBRE AU 2 OCTOBRE 2016Après une 26e édition riche en découvertes, présidée par Jean Rochefort, le Festival du film britannique de Dinard donne d’ores et déjà rendez-vous aà son public avide de cineéma britannique et aux professionnels pour sa 27e édition qui […]

Couple in a Hole: the 2015 winner of 3 Hitchcock Awards strikes a French distribution deal

It took only 4 weeks after the closing of the Dinard Festival for the big winner to find a French distributor. Distribution company EUROZOOM – which represented Hector, starring Peter Mullan, out-of-competition this year in Dinard – just bought the distributions’ rights for France, re-titling the film Sauvages for the French public. The initial encounter […]

The Official Selection 2015

Find more about this 2015’s selection by clicking these links. Features in competition Features in previewTributes  

“Still” review by We got this covered

By Robert Kojder  Still does not feel like a film created by a first-time director though, it’s the complete opposite. Director Simon Blake has filled this movie with multiple unique shots – scenes filmed from outside a halfway closed-door, dirty noir-inspired looks at urban North London, etc – framed around a story that, while it […]

“Bypass” review by Screen

By Lee MarshallThe sense that in today’s Britain certain places and whole generations are simply bypassed, painted out of the picture, presumably explains the title of Duane Hopkins’ follow-up to his well-received Cannes-screened debut Better Things. Set in a post-industrial corner of north-eastern England that comes across as a no-hope wasteland of broken families where […]