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QFT presents films for you to watch at home. Shorts, features, documentaries, contemporary musical theatre, literary events - some will appear here for a limited time, some will stick around for a while.

Check out our Free Collection (no subscription necessary) and look out for exclusive events, new releases and a few classics from the archive coming soon.

  • Free Collection
    20 videos

    Free Collection

    20 videos

    Free films for you to watch at home. Shorts, features, documentaries, director Q&As, contemporary musical theatre, literary events - some will appear here for a limited time, some will stick around for a while.

  • John T. Davis Collection

    8 videos

    John T. Davis is internationally recognised as Northern Ireland’s most distinctive documentary filmmaker and cinematographer. QFT hosted a full retrospective of John's work back in 2017. We are delighted to be able to host a selection of John's classic films on QFT Player.

  • Seamus Heaney Centre Collection

    5 videos

    The Seamus Heaney Centre at Queen's have produced some short films to replace the readings, launches, and conversations that would have formed part of their live literary events programme. Together with colleagues at QFT, they have brought new writing by students, staff, Fellows and friends to in...

  • QFT Player

    QFT presents films for you to watch at home. Shorts, features, documentaries, contemporary musical theatre, literary events - some will appear here for a limited time, some will stick around for a while.

    Check out our Free Collection (no subscription necessary) and look out for exclusive events,...

  • Around the Sun

    1 video

    A love story about not being the centre of the universe, starring Cara Theobold (Downton Abbey)​ and Gethin Anthony (Game of Thrones). ​Inspired by Bernard de Fontenelle’s Conversations on the Plurality of Worlds, this intimate romantic drama infuses its love story with science…and science fiction.

  • You Don't Nomi

    1 video

    Paul Verhoeven’s much-maligned masterpiece is placed under the microscope in this fascinating rumination on the one and only Showgirls.