Lost Gully Road

Donna McRae, Michael Vale

Research output: Non-textual formAudio / Visual RecordingResearch

Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationHawthorn, Vic, Australia
PublisherLido Cinemas
Size80 mins
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventMonster Fest - Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn, Australia
Duration: 22 Nov 201726 Nov 2017

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McRae, D. (Author), & Vale, M. (Author). (2017). Lost Gully Road. Audio / Visual Recording, Hawthorn, Vic, Australia: Lido Cinemas.
McRae, Donna (Author) ; Vale, Michael (Author). / Lost Gully Road. [Audio / Visual Recording].
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McRae, D & Vale, M, Lost Gully Road, 2017, Audio / Visual Recording, Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn, Vic, Australia.
Lost Gully Road. McRae, Donna (Author); Vale, Michael (Author). 2017. Hawthorn, Vic, Australia : Lido CinemasEvent: Monster Fest, Lido Cinemas, Hawthorn, Australia.

Research output: Non-textual formAudio / Visual RecordingResearch

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McRae D (Author), Vale M (Author). Lost Gully Road Hawthorn, Vic, Australia: Lido Cinemas. 2017.