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APA Citation

National Library of Australia. Film and Video Lending Collection. & Cinemedia (Vic.).  (1994).  Screen studies catalogue.

MLA Citation

National Library of Australia. Film and Video Lending Collection. and Cinemedia (Vic.).  Screen studies catalogue. Alphabetic  1994

Australian/Harvard Citation

National Library of Australia. Film and Video Lending Collection. & Cinemedia (Vic.).  1994,  Screen studies catalogue. Alphabetic

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  | title=[article title here]
  | author=[article author here]
  | author2=[first co-author here]
  | date=[date of publication]
  | journal=Screen studies catalogue. Alphabetic
  | author1=National Library of Australia. Film and Video Lending Collection
  | author2=Cinemedia (Vic.)
  | year=1994
  | publisher=Film and Video Lending Collection, National Library of Australia
  | language=English
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