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A FILM festival set up in memory of murdered teenager Rob Knox is about to launch for its second yea

PUBLISHED: 11:13 20 May 2010 | UPDATED: 10:13 12 August 2010

A FILM festival set up in memory of murdered teenager Rob Knox is about to launch for its second year. The Rob Knox Film Festival 2010 includes a range of events aiming to get locally made films onto the big screen. The festival will commemorate the li

A FILM festival set up in memory of murdered teenager Rob Knox is about to launch for its second year.

The Rob Knox Film Festival 2010 includes a range of events aiming to get locally made films onto the big screen.

The festival will commemorate the life of the Harry Potter star, who was murdered in Sidcup in May 2008 and was a former student at the D&B School of Performing Arts in Bromley Road, Bromley.

There will be screenings at several locations as well as masterclasses taking place at Rose Bruford College, Sidcup, all culminating in a glitzy awards night at Cineworld, Bexleyheath on 9 June.

Graham Cole, from West Wickham, who played PC Stamp in The Bill, will join Rob's brother Jamie Knox and Hollywood producer Ben Trebilcook.

Jamie Knox also features alongside Ray Winstone in Cold Kiss, a film made to help raise awareness of knife crime which will be have its exclusive screening at the awards evening.

To register for any of the events you can email community.safety@bexley.gov.uk, visit www.surveymonkey.com/s/RobKnoxfilmfestival or call free on 0800 389 5013.

For information and tickets for the awards evening call Mick Wearing on 020 8284 5509.

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