Film Hub NI will continue to mark the centenary of the First World War with a series of films and events running into March, with the support of the Heritage Lottery Fund.
Film was in its infancy when the Great War began but it played its part in recording and documenting the events of the conflict, as well as providing a form of entertainment.
Select venues across Northern Ireland will continue to play host to films, talks and events exploring how the legacy of the war has been depicted on film.
A screening of The Green Fields of France, a lyrical documentary portrait of Irish Regiments in the First World War, takes place on January 20 at the Strand Arts Centre in Belfast. Jason Burke will follow the film with a talk on East Belfast servicemen on active duty during the war.
Gallipoli will be shown on Saturday 7th February at the Ulster Museum in a retelling of the battle while The Wind That Shakes The Barley rounds off the series at the Ulster Museum on Saturday 14 March.
Tickets and further information
Tuesday 20 January • 7pm • Strand Arts Centre: The Green Fields of France (followed by talk)
Saturday 7 February • 1pm • Ulster Museum: Gallipoli
Saturday 14 March • 1pm • Ulster Museum: The Wind The Shakes The Barley