November 2008
Inside Film;Nov2008, Issue 115, p5
The article reports that applications are still accepted for the inaugural Heath Ledger Scholarship according to Los Angeles, California-based organisation Australians in Film (AiF). The scholarship was created in memory of the late actor who was also an ambassador for AiF prior to his death in January 2008. An emerging Australian actor will receive up to $10,000 and a return airfare from Australia to pursue their career in the U.S.


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