Dark Horse: Louise Osmond’s Sundance Fest 2015 Winner

Sony Classics has acquired director Louise Osmond‘s Dark Horse, which won the audience award in the World Cinema Documentary Competition at Sundance Film Fest.

Set in Wales, it is a tale of a group of friends who take on the ‘elite of kings’ and breed a racehorse. Against the odds, their young foal, raised on a nearby wasteland, goes on to become a champion.

Protagonist Pictures concluded the deal with SPC, which has taken North American rights.

Produced by Judith Dawson and edited by Joby Gee, Dark Horse is a DSP and World’s End Pictures production for Film4 and the British Film Institute, in association with Film Agency Wales.
Julian Ware, Lizzie Francke, Anna Higgs, Anna Miralis and Adam Partridge exec produced.