Easter 2016 saw the centenary commemorations of the Easter Rising in Dublin in 1916 - when an ill-fated insurgency was met by overwhelming British firepower. Many lost their lives and neighbourhoods in Dublin were reduced to rubble. The Rising and its effects had a major impact on the course of Irish history - subsequent struggles led eventually to independence in southern Ireland.
The centenary celebrations included many exhibitions, discussions and performances. Among these were a wonderful series of short films - After '16 - commissioned by the Irish Film Board, which explored different aspects of the 1916 Rising and its aftermath.
Archive footage shows the devastating impact of the British response to the insurgency.