The Rising Gale Affect Event Film

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The Rising Gale Affect Event Film. Munck Petersen, Rikke (Producer); Jerram, Sophia Charlotte Rose (Producer); Hewitt, Murray (Photographer). 2018. Event: Affects, Interfaces, Events Conferences 2018, University of Aarhus, Godsbanen Aarhus, Aarhus, Denmark.

Research output: Non-textual formSound/Visual production (digital)Researchpeer-review

Harvard

Munck Petersen, R, Jerram, SCR & Hewitt, M, The Rising Gale Affect Event Film, 2018, Sound/Visual production (digital).

APA

Munck Petersen, R. (Producer), Jerram, S. C. R. (Producer), & Hewitt, M. (Photographer). (2018). The Rising Gale Affect Event Film. Sound/Visual production (digital)

Vancouver

Munck Petersen R (Producer), Jerram SCR (Producer), Hewitt M (Photographer). The Rising Gale Affect Event Film 2018.

Author

Munck Petersen, Rikke (Producer) ; Jerram, Sophia Charlotte Rose (Producer) ; Hewitt, Murray (Photographer). / The Rising Gale Affect Event Film. [Sound/Visual production (digital)].

Bibtex

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