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, Alabama (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


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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".
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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.
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Our Unstoppable of August: 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 July: 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 June: 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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Our Unstoppable of May: James Simpson

We are inspired by his recent competition in the Spartan Race where he became the first double amputee to compete at the event.

Lance Bombardier James Simpson lost his limbs after he stepped on an explosive device in Afghanistan in 2009.

The 27-year-old, from Rawdon in Leeds, spent months training for the Spartan Race, [...]

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Our Unstoppable of April: Ade Adepitan

Ade Adepitan MBE (born 27 March 1973) is a British television presenter and wheelchair basketball player. He uses a wheelchair as a result of contracting polio as a child which led to the loss of use of his left leg.

Adepitan was born in Maryland, Lagos, Nigeria on 27 March 1973. At the age [...]

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Our Unstoppable of March: Richard Van As and Ivan Owen

We are proud to introduce our two (or three!) Unstoppables of the month: Richard Van As, Ivan Owen and 5yo Liam Dippenaar.

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Our Unstoppable of February: 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 January: 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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