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Long Beach Film Festival - Now Accepting Films & Screenplays

From: Robin Duarte
Subject: Long Beach Film Festival - Now Accepting Films & Screenplays
Date: Sat, 20 Jul 2002 18:36:28 -0800

[p l e a s e  f o r w a r d   t o  i n t e r e s t e d   p a r t i e s]

Filmmakers & Screenwriters:

The Long Beach Film Festival is now accepting screenplays and films (short, 
documentary & feature) in all formats.  The winners' work will be reviewed by a 
committee of established production companies.  This is a great way to get 
exposure and even discovered in Hollywood.

The festival is being held onboard the renowned Queen Mary in Long Beach, 
California (30 miles from Hollywood).  The dates of the festival are September 
13 - 22, 2002.

You can view an 8 x 10 flyer here: 

A 20% discount has been set up for students and independent filmmakers. The 
discounted submission prices are as follows:

Short Film      $45               $36
Feature Film    $60               $48
Screenplay      $50               $40

To take advantage of these discounted prices, simply include a printout of this 
email with the submission form and legibly write 'email discount' on the 
payment check.

The submission forms can be found here: 

All submissions must be received by August 15th, 2002.

We look forward to receiving your work.

Robin Duarte

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address@hidden (Andreas Schwab) writes:

> Miles Bader <address@hidden> writes:
> |> address@hidden (Dan Jacobson) writes:
> |> > What is the big problem with TAB in *shell* now (21.2)?
> |> > No matter how you get a TAB into the command line, ^Q^I or paste, you
> |> > are going to get the 329 etc. possibilities treatment:
> |> 
> |> I think this is because the pty emacs uses to communciate with the
> |> shell process is kept in cooked mode, and so it's interpreting any
> |> terminal control characters it gets in the input.
> TAB is not a terminal control character.  It is interpreted by readline,
> because bash does not know that there is already an editing interface
> running on top of it.

I believe that readline interprets ^V as its literal-next-char
escape.  So try the sequence

        C-q C-v C-q TAB

from inside the shell buffer and see if that helps.

Dale Hagglund.

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