Out (1957 film)

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Directed byLionel Rogosin (pictures)
Produced byThorold Dickinson
Written byJohn Hersey
CinematographyGerald Gregoire
Edited byAlexander Hammid
Release date
  • 1957 (1957)
Running time
25 minutes

Out was a short film produced by the United Nations Film Board and directed by Lionel Rogosin on the refugee situation in Austria as a result of Hungarian Revolution of 1956. The film was conceived 28 November 1956, filming began on 3 December 1956, and the answer print was screened 4 January 1957.

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