Skip to main content

Out They Go

Australia, 1976 (MIFF 1976)

Director: Michael Edols

Out They Go is a visual tribute to a fruit and vegetable market and the people who work in it, which was in the centre of Sydney and is now gone.

See also...

LALAI-DREAMTIME

Lalai-Dreamtime takes the viewer into pre-settled Australia to show a myth from the spiritual tradition of the people. It is the story of Namaaralee, as presented by Sam Wootagoodjah to his son ... More »

The Green Machine

Cut to the accompaniment of Tchaikovsky's 1812 overture, the film demonstrates every aspect of life in the Australian Army in 1976. ... More »

CHORUS AND PRINCIPLES ON STAGE PLEASE - THE MAKING OF LAKMÉ

The complex problems of staging a large opera are shown in considerable detail, with Joan Sutherland and Richard Bonynge, among others, rehearsing the Delibes work at the Sydney Opera House. ... More »

THE DEVIL'S PLAYGROUND (M)

"The people in Fred Schepisi's The Devil's Playground are like sculpted figures that glow with their own light." - New Yorker ... The Devil's Playground revolves around Tom Allen, a 13-year-old boy ... More »

Short Circus - Knots

From a television series for children, Knots demonstrates the idea of knot-tying as a function and theme of various crafts. ... More »

Ballerina

A young woman tries to resolve her real identity in her relationship with her lover. ... More »

Select a festival
Search The Film Archive
Browse By Director