Unstoppables: A Black Train Films Documentary Film
Our mission is to inspire people to take up sport or music and overcome life's most serious challenges such as Injury, Illness and Poverty.                          Our mission is to inspire people to take up sport or music and overcome life's most serious challenges such as Injury, Illness and Poverty.                                Our mission is to inspire people to take up sport or music and overcome life's most serious challenges such as Injury, Illness and Poverty.
  • Berlin Independent Film Festival
    February 8-18, 2014 - Berlin, Germany
  • The Sports Film Festival
    March 1-4, 2014 - Oaxaca, Mexico
  • Lindsey UNA Film Festival
    March 6-8, 2014 - Florence (USA)
  • Cardiff Independent Film Festival
    April 4-6, 2014 - Cardiff, Wales (UK)
  • Dubuque International Film Festival
    April 24-27, 2014 - Iowa (USA)
  • Barcelona Sports Film Festival
    May, 2014 - Barcelona, Spain
  • Bike Days Bicycle Film Festival
    June 6-8, 2014 - Wroclaw, Poland
  • Burbank International Film Festival
    September 3-7, 2014 - Burbank (USA)
  • Aberdeen International Film Festival
    October 4-12, 2014
    Aberdeen (Scotland)
  • Tianjin International Ficts Festival
    November 6-11, 2014
    Tianjin (China)
  • Bakersfield International Film Festival
    November 7-9, 2014
    Bakersfield (USA)
  • All Sports Los Angeles Film Festival
    November 7-9, 2014
    Los Angeles (USA)
  • Milan International FICTS Festival
    December 5-9, 2014
    Milan (Italy)
  • Milan International FICTS Festival
    December 5-9, 2014
    Milan (Italy)
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Ficts Festival Milan
Unstoppables received an award as one of five finalists in the Sports and Social awareness category. We were also given a 'Special Award' plaque by one of the Festival's sponsors!​
London Press Screening
Unstoppables had a successful press screening in London on Monday 24th November. Raquel Acinas and Miquel Marquez from "The Pirates Team" where there and had a 30 min Q&A session with the media.
Unstoppable Lyn
Our short film "Unstoppable Lyn" was selected to play at the "Lowcountry Shorts Festival" in Charlestown, USA.
Unstoppables Film
We're delighted to announce that Unstoppables has been selected for two film festivals in California, USA.
7th November in Bakersfield, Bakersfield Film Festival
8th November in Los Angeles (Winner of the category for best foreign documentary), All Sports LA Film Festival
1st October
Just announced is our Scottish Premiere of Unstoppables on 5th October at 4pm in the Aberdeen International Film Festival at the Cineworld Queens Links Cinema.
→ Go to Aberdeen Film Festival site
3rd September
Burbank International film festival have selected "Unstoppables" in the finalists of their documentary section and the film will be screened on Sunday 7th September at 4pm.
→ Go to Burbank Film Festival site
1st September
Follow our "Pirates" results at the World's Championships in USA by going to our Facebook and Twitter pages!
→ Go to our Facebook page | → Go to our Twitter page
28th August
The Pirates Team, Juanjo and Raquel, are the official Spanish selection for the 2014 UCI Para-Cycling World Championships taking place in Greenville, USA. If you have any friends in Southern Carolina August 28th to September 1st, 2014 tell them to go and cheer on The Pirates.
→ Go to UCI Para-Cycling World Championships site
10th August
Unstoppables had a successful showing in Poznam, Poland, and we had a lovely follow up email from an audience member.
→ View site
World Cup for Adapted Cycling
Eli is going to take part in the World Cup for Adapted Cycling. This is her first step up to the International scene. Something she could not have imagined two years ago. We wish her the best of good luck. See how she got on in 2012 in her first competition at the Spanish Championships in our short video "A tenth of a second".
→ Watch Video
The Johan Cruyff Foundation
Juanjo Mendez on behalf of the Genesis Cycling Club has recently signed an agreement with the Johan Cruyff Foundation to promote sport amongst people with disabilities.
→ Visit Website

Our Unstoppable of April: Lyn Levett

Lyn Levett is our new Unstoppable, and deservedly so. A central member of the Paraorchestra (an orchestra formed by people with various degrees of disability), which performed during the 2012 Paralympics closing ceremony, hers is an inspiring story that we found particularly outstanding.

As her profile on the Paraorchestra website says, it all began […]

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Our Unstoppable of March: Lee Chang-hoon

Lee Chang-hoon is legally blind and a newsreader for South Korea’s biggest broadcaster KBS.The 27-year-old, the world’s first blind news anchor, uses a Braille instrument to read the news. Now seven months into the job, Lee says his biggest challenge is his posture and facial expressions on air as he cannot see what he looks like.

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Our Unstoppable of February: Nicholas McCarthy

Nicholas was born without his right arm and forearm. He started studying piano at 14yo and now he will play at the opening ceremony at the Paralympic Games. Read the story of this amazing Unstoppable.

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Our Unstoppable of January: Isidre Esteve

Isidre Esteve is a Catalan rally competitor who, when he had already participated in the Dakar nine times, had an accident that caused him paraplegia. His struggle, attitude and control of life led him to return to Dakar and create a foundation to help other people.

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Our Unstoppable of December: David Constantine

At 21, David Constantine took a few months off from his agricultural studies in the UK to travel round Australia with his camera and surfboard. His holiday ended – and his life as he knew it changed forever – on a trip to Fraser Island one hot Sunday in February 1982. David dived into a shallow pool and broke his neck.

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Our Unstoppable of November: Nobuyuki Tsujii

A bit about him: Nobuyuki was born blind but with a talent for music. At the age of two, he began to play “Do Re Mi” on a toy piano after his mother had been humming the tune. He began his formal study of piano at the age of four.

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Our Unstoppable of October: Alessandro Zanardi

Hero, icon, legend, and inspiration are just a handful of superlatives one can bestow on Alessandro (Alex) Zanardi, the two-time CART champion and more recently, Paralympic Gold Medallist in London 2012.

Zanardi’s car racing career never really got going despite several cracks at Formula One in the early 1990s before he was hired by […]

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Our Unstoppable of September: Richie Parker

This is Richie Parker. He’s a number of things: car enthusiast, engineer, employee, son. He’s a normal guy for his age, working a job in a field he loves. Oh, he also happens to have no arms.

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