A group of disabled youngsters have produced a film about genocide to mark this year's Holocaust Day.
The film about Anne Frank's diary lasts about 30 minutes
The 10-minute film was made by youths from Newark and Bilsthorpe in Notts with the help of county council staff.
The film, which will open on 8 February in Mansfield, was made with footage from the Rwandan genocide and will be shown along with two other short films.
They look at Auschwitz concentration camp and the diaries of Anne Frank, who hid from the Nazis in Holland.
The Auschwitz film was made by teenagers at a youth club in Sutton in Ashfield who visited the camp last year.
Bassetlaw Youth Theatre produced the Anne Frank film based on their play "Yours Anne", which was staged at Beth Shalom Holocaust Centre in Newark last January.
Both youth club films run about 30 minutes and were funded by Nottinghamshire County Council.