Into Film Clubs
Into Film Clubs provide opportunities to watch, review and make films.
Based on Walter Farley's classic children's book, this exciting adventure follows young Alec, who is travelling onboard a ship with his father. Disaster strikes and the ship sinks, but Alec survives, along with a mysterious black horse. The pair are stranded on a desert island where they develop a strong bond. After they are rescued, trainer Henry helps to prepare the stallion to become a champion racehorse. Hugely acclaimed by audiences on its release, the film is a stirring and heartfelt account of the unique emotional ties that can be struck between humans and animals.
Based on Sewell's novel following a horse's life from his beginnings in a 19th-century stable through a string of owners, some kind and some cruel.
All ages 84 mins
When the original owners of Alec's horse, Black, arrive to reclaim him for an important race, Alec decides to stow away on a ship to rescue him.
5–11 years 100 mins
Inspiring film about a seemingly weak horse with a half-blind jockey who became legends, giving people hope in the '30s Great Depression.
7–16 years 135 mins
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