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Just added to SCREEN-L FILELIST:
 
A list of graduate students in film and television studies,
compiled by the Society for Cinema Studies.  Filename:  SCSGRAD ASC
 
SCREEN-L FILELIST is an archive of text files related to film and TV.
E-mail users may retrieve these files through normal e-mail channels
without using File Transfer Protocol (FTP).  To nab a file, send mail to
LISTSERV@UA1VM (BITNET) or [log in to unmask] (Internet) and put the
following command in the very first line of the message:
 
GET <filename> <filetype>
 
Replace "<filename> <filetype>" with the name and type of the file you
want.  In the example above, the name is SCSGRAD andthe type is ASC.  So
the command would be:
 
GET SCSGRAD ASC
 
Note:  there is no period between the filename and filetype as there is in
MS or PC DOS.
 
When listserv receives that command it will send the file to your
regular mail address.
 
There are a few other files on SCREEN-L FILELIST as well as files containing
ALL of the messages ever posted on SCREEN-L.  Here's a quick list of
the current holdings.
 
 
*  SCREEN-L FILELIST for LISTSERV@UA1VM or [log in to unmask] (Internet):
*
  NAME     TYPE    DESCRIPTION
 
  PROV1    ASC     PROVINCIAL NOTES, #1, commentary on pop cult
  PROV2    ASC     PROVINCIAL NOTES, #2
  FILM90   DAT     1990 Film Database--credits for 1990 releases
  FILM91   DAT     1991 Film Database
  PREV9206 ASC     PREVIEWS...., a magazine of film info, June 1992
  PREV9207 ASC     PREVIEWS...., July 1992
  PREV9209 ASC     PREVIEWS...., September 1992
  SCSJOB   ASC     Job listing, from Society for Cinema Studies
  BUTLER   ASC     Jeremy Butler on DESIGNING WOMEN (SCS paper)
  SCSGRAD  ASC     Graduate student list, Society for Cinema Studies
 
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| Jeremy G. Butler - - - - - - - - - - | Internet : [log in to unmask] |
| SCREEN-L Coordinator                 | BITNET   :        JBUTLER@UA1VM |
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| Telecommunication & Film Dept * The University of Alabama * Tuscaloosa |