Brian Cadd and Rusty Miller - Brian rocked the soundtrack, Rusty the surfing.


TONIGHT IN BYRON, SPECIAL SCREENING OF MORNING OF THE EARTH
Thursday, 6 December 2012

If you can make it to Byron Bay this evening, it'll be worth going just to check out the crowd salty oldies, backpackers, hippies young and ancient, and groovy young hipsters galore - it's Byron after all.

Along with an introduction and stories by Rusty Miller (featured surfer), Albe Falzon's seminal early '70s cult surf film Morning of the Earth is having a special screening at the Byron Community Centre.

A treasured Australian icon, Morning of the Earth captured the spirit of a generation of surfers on release in 1972. It portrays famous and unknown surfers alike living in spiritual harmony with nature, making their own boards (and even their own homes) as they travelled in search of the perfect wave across Australia's north east coast, Bali and Hawaii. Over the decades since, the film and music has resonated with each new generation, having captured the true ethos and spirit of surfing in a unique and inspiring manner.

7 pm at the Community Centre   Be there or be square.

On the poster, that's Rusty and Steven Cooney rockhopping and rather nervous before the first ever surf at Uluwatu




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