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LINGUIST List 27.1521

Fri Apr 01 2016

Linguistics Goes Hollywood!

Editor for this issue: Andrew Lamont <alamontlinguistlist.org>

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Date: 01-Apr-2016
From: LINGUIST List <linguistlinguistlist.org>
Subject: Linguistics Goes Hollywood!
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Dear Linguists, Language-Knowers, and Casting-Directors,

We at the LINGUIST List strive to provide you with the most up-to-date
information on the field. You are familiar with our listings of current and
upcoming conferences as well as open job searches and calls for papers.
On occasion, we report on other current events as they unfold. Today, we’ve
dedicated an entry in our blog to an interview with a linguist who made his
way to Hollywood.

BLOOMINGTON, Indiana - While the recent rise of popular fantasy series like
Game of Thrones has Hollywood all abuzz about conlanging, linguists of all
stripes have long been involved in cinema.

With the recent announcement of production on 4 *#!&’s Sake, It’s Another Look
Who’s Talking, the latest installment in the noted documentary series, leading
pioneer and noted linguist Professor Schmaltz is once again the darling of Tinsel
Town. LINGUIST List reporters caught up with Schmaltz on set for an exclusive...

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