5 February 2017
Festival: 7th June 2017
If you're a film-maker, the Rob Knox Film Festival could be your chance to show your work to the world. If successful, your film could be screened at Cineworld in Bexleyheath and at number of other locations throughout the London Borough of Bexley. Along with film previews there will be a range of free or low cost film related workshops and question and answer sessions with industry experts.
Rob Knox was a successful young actor who was tragically murdered in Sidcup in May 2008. The Rob Knox Film Festival was organised in his memory by the London Borough of Bexley in partnership with The Rob Knox Foundation, Cineworld, Rose Bruford College, St Catherine's Catholic School for Girls and Pointless Taxi Productions.
The festival reflects the aims of the Rob Knox Foundation to support the education of young people in school in the area of citizenship, respect and street violence awareness and to support young people in the area of drama.
It is free to enter and open to all. Films under 5 mins and films up to 30 mins will be considered by the judging panel. Entries ONLY through FilmFreeway (https://filmfreeway.com/festival/RobKnoxFilmFestival.)