Post-screening Q&A with co-directors Brian Hill and Niamh Kennedy, hosted by former BAFTA chair Anne Morrison.

Interweaving archive footage, interviews and poetry, The Life After tells the personal history of Northern Irish civilians who lost loved ones in the Troubles, the 30-year conflict that saw 3,532 people killed and 47,451 injured in Northern Ireland.

Looking specifically at the women (mothers, sisters and daughters) who lost loved ones at the hands of both the RUC and IRA, this moving documentary shines a light on a contemporary war that is often misunderstood and particularly poignant in light of today’s Brexit negotiations over a hard Irish border.