The Water must go somewhere

Australia, 1976

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Illustrates the advance-warning techniques associated with flooding. Also shows methods of evacuation, and consequences of not following evacuation orders. Gives some criticism of the practice of building in areas where flooding is inevitable. Uses actual film footage shot during floods in Richmond, New South Wales.

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Credits

production company

Film Australia

co-producer

Malcolm Otton

Roan Hannam

director

Graham Chase

Duration

00:16:00:00

Production places
Australia
Production dates
1976

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