Up to 70 young people from across the greater Belfast area took part in a unique filmmaking programme, exploring the 1918 period through the medium of drama and film.
Participants on the Creative Centenaries programme learned about the events of 100 years ago through a series of introductory workshops before working with drama and creative media facilitators to devise their own short films.
Four centenary based topics were explored by the different groups, including Spanish Flu, the end of the First World War, the 1918 Conscription Crisis and the 1918 General Election.
Each group developed a script for a short film and during a two-day residential turned their work into four short films, taking on the roles of director, sound operator, actors and editors.
Participants also gained an OCN Level One qualification in Capturing and Editing Video Sequences.
You can view each of the four films here: