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Australians in Film made the announcement at a fundraising dinner in Los Angers held late last week.
.It's hard to put into words just how deeply honored I am to be receiving the Heath Ledger Scholarship, not just for the invaluable support it offers in my career, but also for what it means to me personally,. said Fern.
.Growing up in a small country town, Heath's journey from Perth to Hollywood acts as an inspiration for me, always fuelling my passion and reminding me to dream big. I am so grateful to the Ledger family and Australians in Film for affording me this incredible opportunity..
The media has been quick to draw similarities between Fern and Ledger, both of whom were raised in Western Australia. »
- Staff Writer
James Mackay with Kim Ledger
The pool of talented young Australian actors is so vast the judges of the Heath Ledger Scholarship presented by Australians in Film have named 20 finalists this year, up from the usual 15.
That.s a real stamp of approval considering the calibre of the judges: Collin Farrell, Miranda Otto, directors Gregor Jordan and Robert Luketic, casting director Ann Fay (Anzac Girls, Packed to the Rafters) and Randi Hiller, VP of feature casting at Walt Disney Studios.
The winner of the sixth annual scholarship, which fosters the education and career development of young Australian actors in the Us, will be announced in Los Angeles on June 12.
The prizes include $10,000 cash, a two year scholarship at Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre in Los Angeles, two return flights to La. including attendance at the announcement ceremony and a second flight when he or she is ready to break into the market, »
- Don Groves
During their 15-year run prior to taking a break to try new ventures, More/Medavoy was home to such clients as Jason Bateman, Tobey Maguire, Ryan Reynolds, Josh Brolin, Mariska Hargitay, David Schwimmer, Maria Bello, Peter Berg and Jenna Elfman and was a producer to hits including “Just Shoot Me”, “Dharma and Greg” and the Rj Cutler Emmy-winning “American High”.
More has spent the past five years at Paradigm, most recently as head of TV talent, prior to which he was co-head of talent at William Morris Agency for seven years.
“Brian and I enjoyed tremendous success together. I am looking forward to building upon that success utilizing our expanded knowledge and expertise,” said More. “I had an extraordinary time working at both William Morris Agency and Paradigm, but »
- Justin Kroll
Paris Fashion Week is undeniably one of the most glamorous events of the entire year, with incredible runway looks and stylish stars to ogle at in the most romantic and charming city in the world. Yesterday's Miu Miu fashion show proved to be a big hit among the celebrity set, drawing fans like Jared Leto, Elle Fanning, Elizabeth Olsen, Bella Heathcote and more to the front row. Not to be missed was Rihanna, who stepped out in a wild two-toned fur coat, thigh-high stockings, and a tiny sweater dress with an eye-catching chevron pattern. The singer sidled up next to Oscar winner Lupita Nyong'o, who looked absolutely adorable in a burgundy cropped jacket layered over a bejeweled »
Elle Fanning is such a beauty!The "Maleficent" starlet looked chic and sophisticated outside the Miu Miu Fall Winter 2014 fashion show on Wednesday during Paris Fashion Week.She was snapped on the streets of Paris, wearing a baby blue tailored coat, gingham-printed mini dress and red and blue stilettos. She left her long blonde locks down with side-swept bangs. The 15-year-old showed off her modeling skills in Miu Miu's Spring Summer 2014 campaign, starring alongside Elizabeth Olsen, Lupita Nyong'o and Bella Heathcote in the beautiful ads.Elle may be younger than her sister Dakota, but she's the "go-to fashion person in the family." "Elle knows every single model, every single collection, every single piece from every single collection. She has a real passion, and it's not at all in a materialistic way," Dakota told Teen Vogue. "She genuinely appreciates the workmanship and creativity. It's funny, 'cause when you're an older sister, »
- tooFab Staff
Talk about a star-studded ad campaign!Miu Miu has unveiled its Spring Summer 2014 campaign, which features some pretty fabulous muses.Elle Fanning, Elizabeth Olsen, Lupita Nyong'o and Bella Heathcote each show off the label's most beautiful designs. Elle looks stunning in a printed frock featuring long sleeves and a swingy skirt, paired with mustard yellow tights and red patent platform heels (above). Elizabeth is showing off her long legs in lace up brown boots, as she holds onto a fabulous brown tote bag."Lupita is making her fashion debut in a beaded red and white corset, navy pleated skirt, pink patterned socks and bedazzled white platform heels.This is going to be a big weekend for the actress, who will be attending her first major awards show – the Golden Globe Awards! She's nominated for Best Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture for her work in "12 Years a Slave. »
- tooFab Staff
Looks like Elle Fanning isn't alone! Yesterday we reported that Maleficent actress would be fronting the Miu Miu Spring 2014 campaign and now it turns out rising stars Lupita Nyong'o, Elizabeth Olsen and Bella Heathcote will be joining her. Today the fashion brand released the full campaign, shot by Inez & Vinoodh in New York. The colorful ads feature all four girls in their own images—not as a group. The gals are modeling gorgeous bags, shoes, patterned duds and even pink and yellow stockings. Of course, the timing couldn't be more perfect. With the 2014 award season kicking off on Sunday, we won't be surprise if a few of these ladies pop up on the red carpet wearing the »
7 items from 2014
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