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The Rob Knox Film Festival awards ceremony will take place at Cineworld in Bexleyheath
FAMOUS faces will be joining the Rob Knox Film Festival awards ceremony.
Nick Love, the director of The Sweeney which will be on the big screen later this year, Jacqueline Jossa from Eastenders and Graham Cole from The Bill will be handing out awards.
They will be joined by Bexley Police borough commander, Chief Superintendent Victor Olisa, and festival regulars Ben Trebilcook, Mark Holt, Ali Harold and Colin Knox who will also present awards.
Festival director Michael Wearing said: "It is a real inspiration to young filmmakers to see local people carving out successful careers in the industry."
The Festival consists of nine days of filmmaking activity and screenings and ends with an awards ceremony at Cineworld in Bexleyheath on June 6 from 6pm.
The next free screening is tomorrow (May 30) from 7pm at Townley Grammar School, in Townley Road, Bexleyheath.
Townley Grammar School will also host a screening on Thursday (May 31) from 7pm while Sidcup Pop-up cinema, in United Services Club, Sidcup, will host a screening on Friday (June 1) from 7pm.
The Rob Knox Film Festival was set up in memory of the 18-year-old Harry Potter actor, who was murdered in Sidcup in 2008.
Tickets for the master classes and the Cineworld event are available by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
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