Teens from across the area have taken part in a free multimedia project aimed to enhance creative skills and talent.

Based at Cooke's Arts and Media Centre, partakers, ranging from 16-19 years-old, chose the topic of hidden homelessness as this year's innovate film project.

Co-director of the company, Kerry Kolbe said: "the project gave the teens an insight into the practical work experience involved in digital technology.

"The project gives these young adults a voice and a medium of expression."

Numerous former students of the class have gone onto careers within the film sector.

The film will be featured on NightStop website.