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.
What is it like to grow up in post-conflict Northern Ireland? What are the issues facing the so-called Ceasefire Generation?
In early 2020, we sat down with ten young people to talk to them about life in Northern Ireland. From these interviews, we’ve created a 6-part docuseries offering a portrayal of the attitudes, reflections, passions and ambitions of a generation of young people born after 1998 - the Ceasefire Generation.
Produced by LUMI, QFT's younger half, with post-production by Outpost. Made thanks to funding from the Community Relations Council.
Subtitles are available for each episode (turn on by pressing the CC button).
Northern Ireland has been slow to accept progressive attitudes. What is it like for those in the Ceasefire Generation who are LGBTQ+? In this episode, we hear from Jack and Finn about their experiences growing up trans and bi respectively.
Produced by LUMI, with post-production by Outpost, Cease...
Studies suggest nearly half of all young people in Northern Ireland have experienced a mental health problem. Our contributors weren't specifically asked about the mental health crisis, but it was on their minds. In this episode, our contributors reflect on the crisis and what needs to be done ab...
Northern Ireland is not a monoculture. In this episode of Ceasefire Generation, Mosa and Madeeha share their experiences of growing up here, reflecting on the racism that is too rarely spoken about or challenged.
Produced by LUMI, with post-production by Outpost, Ceasefire Generation gives the m...