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Albert Falzon, film-maker, has always appreciated the power of music in his films. His inaugural feature film "Morning of the Earth" was the first Australian film to receive a gold record for album sales. His entry in the Cannes Film Festival "Crystal Voyager" featured music from Pink Floyd, Talking Heads and Brian Eno accompanied an Indian Saddhu's pilgrimage in "Same as it ever Was". We're honored to share an interview with legend Albe Falzon: 1. What is your name and when did you start making films? My name is Albert Falzon - Whatever that means. Right now and in the near future "Sam-Adhi" seems more appropriate. 2. Why did you start making films? Meant to be. 3. What are some of your favorite moments in your career? Every moment is a precious moment . 4. What do you think is the future of your industry? Creativity is not an industry. 5. If you could, what is one thing would you do differently? Sit still - be at peace - it is our natural birthright. 6. What is the next big project you have planned? My next breath.