Crin Blanc

A film by Albert Lamorisse

1953 France - Drama

synopsis

Camargue, in the south of France. Crin Blanc is a magnificent stallion, leader of a herd of wild horses that are too proud to let humans break them in. Without losing his wild streak, Crin Blanc allows himself to be tamed by Folco, a young fisherman. An incredible friendship grows between the boy and the beautiful wild horse. Together, they go looking for the freedom that humans won?t let them have.

  • cast

    • Alain Emery (Falco)
    • Pascal Lamorisse
  • crew

    • Screenplay
    • Albert Lamorisse
    • Cinematography
    • Edmond Sechan
    • Editing
    • Georges Alepee
    • Music
    • Maurice Leroux
  • infos

    • Running time
    • 40 min
    • Ratio
    • 1.37
    • Format
    • 35mm
    • Language
    • French

awards & nominations

  • Best Short Film Grand Prix, Cannes 1953
  • Jean Vigo Prize 1953
  • BAFTA nominee, Best Documentary, 1954

screenings in festivals & markets