August 1988
Image Technology;Aug1988, Vol. 70 Issue 8, p277
Trade Publication
The article reports on the announcement made by Shell UK Ltd and British Academy of film and Television Arts to launch funds to advance the image of British film and television in England. BAFTA-Shell committee which will administer the fund, outlined the details and current plans including an annual Academy Award for British actors, a fellowship enabling a British student to study film or television in the United States and an American student to study in the United Kingdom.


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