Stunning three-masted tall ship Kaskelot is transformed into an outdoor cinema for part of its short stay in Belfast.
Visitors have been coming on board to view archive footage, including some of Northern Ireland's maritime past, from years gone by.
But it is after dark that the ship's sails turn into silver screens.
Footage and films are projected on to them as night falls, and the masts are lit up with lights.
It is all part of Celluloid Sail, a project curated by the organisation Compass Presents in partnership with the British Film Institute's Britain on Film archive.
Kaskelot will remain in Belfast as part of the Titanic Maritime Festival in Belfast this weekend.
For more information click here.