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Film Screening with the soundtrack performed live by the Grigoryan Brothers 

“… a delightfully original film … “ – Rod Yates, Sydney Morning Herald 
Adorable, nearly-perfect modern folktale …” – Roger Moore, Movie Nation 
An astonishingly assured debut narrative film …” – Debora Krieger, MovieJawn 
“…surely, the most impressive calling-card film in recent memory.” – Simon Foster, Screen Space 

Acclaimed guitarists Slava & Leonard Grigoryan have expanded their creative output by crafting and recording the soundtrack to the award-winning movie ‘A Boy Called Sailboat’.  This heart-warming movie, written and developed by Melbourne-based creative team Cameron Nugent and Andrew Curry was filmed in New Mexico and stars Academy Award® winning actor J.K Simmons, Noel G, Elizabeth De Razzo, Jake Busey, Lew Temple and Julian Atocani Sanchez in the title role. 

Sailboat brings love and hope to a family who have forged a simple but proud life in the drought-ridden Deep South.  One afternoon he brings home a “little guitar”.  From this moment, Sailboat and his little guitar are inseparable, and when his ill grandmother requests he write a song for her, Sailboat meanders through adversity to deliver the unimaginable – the greatest song ever written. 

The Latin-themed soundtrack is a key element to the movie and provides an opportunity for audiences to hear the Grigoryan Brothers like never before. 

A Boy Called Sailboat Awards: 

The Boston Film Festival - Best Director and Best Screenplay 
Newport Beach Film Festival – Audience Award 
Prescott Film Festival - Director’s Choice Award 
El Paso Film Festival – Grand Jury Prize 
Adelaide International Youth Film Festival – Best Film 

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