[texhax] LaTeX in the movies

Juergen Fenn juergen.fenn at GMX.DE
Mon Dec 4 23:18:24 CET 2006

Elizabeth Dearborn <elizabeth at medicalese.org> writes:

>  From the IMDb.com listing for the 2005 Jamie Foxx film "Stealth",
> which I haven't seen:
> "When Keith Orbit is looking at the code for the AI, we can see that
> the code is written in LaTeX, which is a language for typesetting
> mathematics much as HTML is used on the Internet for typesetting web
> pages."

You might like to have a look at the new screenplay package that was
uploaded to CTAN some weeks ago.

>From the CTAN-announce message:

  Name of contribution: Screenplay
  Author's name: John Pate
  Author's email: johnny at dvc.org.uk
  Location on CTAN: /macros/latex/contrib/screenplay
  Summary description: LaTeX .cls file to provide formatting as
    recommended by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
  License type: gpl

  Announcement text: 
  I'm uploading this .cls file in the hope more experienced LaTeX users 
  can improve it.  However, it currently produces what I consider useful 
  results.  For more information, see http://dvc.org.uk/sacrific.txt/

  This package is located at 
  .  More information is at


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