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Judged by Hollywood

PUBLISHED: 17:07 20 May 2009 | UPDATED: 16:43 25 August 2010

A HOLLYWOOD producer and writer will judge a local film festival.

A HOLLYWOOD producer and writer will judge a local film festival.

Ben Trebilcock, who worked on the scripts of Die Hardest and Mission Impossible 3, is on the judging panel of the Rob Knox Film Festival on Wednesday, June 10, at 7pm at the Cineworld in Bexleyheath.

The former Welling School pupil is currently working on the £45million spy film Vauxhall Crossed and the television detective series Coast to Coast, staring Hugo Speer and Ewen Macintosh.

The festival is named in memory of Harry Potter actor Robert Knox, who was murdered in Sidcup last year. His younger brother Jamie will also be on the judging panel.

Tickets are available from Bexley council on 0800 389 5013 or by emailing communitysafety@bexley.gov.uk.

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