As well as our extensive film production experience, Crossing the Line have also worked on numerous corporate projects. With each location, audience and exhibition space come a different set of challenges, but by working closely with the client every step of the way we ensure delivery of a high quality package that is tailored to their specific needs.
1 x 15min film
1 x 20min film
Selection of interactive games for children
Clara Bog is in Co. Offaly and is a Special of Conservation managed by the National Parks and Wildlife Service. In 2011 a dedicated visitor centre was opened for the Bog and Crossing the Line produced a range of short films and interactive educational tools for the centre.
In 2010, the World EXPO was held in Shanghai, and was visited by a record 73 million people. Crossing The Line produced multi-faceted audio-visual material that was used in the United Arab Emirates Pavillion. The piece contained 15 Emirati people from different regions and of different backgrounds who spoke of their lives and identities. The produced material was projected using the cutting edge Wrap3 technology. Act Two was produced in conjunction with Trident Press Multi Media Ltd.
1 x 7min film as part of exhibition
3 x 2min film for website and mobile download
4 x 2 min audio pieces for Museum guide
Series of short films produced for the National Museum of Ireland to accompany their exhibition on the Faddan More Psalter.
On July 20th 2006, a remarkable archaeological find was uncovered in a remote bog at Faddan More, in north Tipperary, close to the town of Birr. Local man Eddie Fogarty was cutting peat with a mechanical digger when he spotted something unusual that looked like some sort of book. It would be heralded by Dr. Pat Wallace, Director of Ireland's National Museum as “the most important day in the history of the Museum since 1868 when the Ardagh Chalice came in.”
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1 x 13min film
1400 years ago Skellig Michael became home to a small group of men seeking religious solitude and isolation on one of the most extraordinary locations on earth. In this short documentary we take an audio visual journey through this island on the edge of the world and into the lives of the monks that came to inhabit it. We see the remarkable structures and steps they built and their unique way of life completely apart from the wider world.
While Skellig Michael is now a UNESCO World Heritage site, Skellig Beag is home to the second largest gannet colony in the world. Not only places of historical significance, the Skelligs' natural and rugged beauty play home to a variety of wildlife.
3 x 20min educational films on the nature, wildlife and conservation work occurring on three wild midland sites - John's Wood, Garriskill Bog and Split Hill/Long Hill Esker. Filmed over the course of a year, these films showcase the beauty and uniqueness of the sites and highlight the work of the National Parks and Wildlife Service as they protect and improve the sites.
1 x 26min film - in Arabic and English
Inspired by the theme of EXPO 2010, this film explores the creation of better cities and better lives in the UAE. The unprecedented population and urban growth that have taken place in the last 40 years have shaped the identity of the country, and as the staggering pace of development picks up in the 21st century, the social and infrastructural challenges are being tackled in the most innovative ways. Produced in conjunction with Trident Press Multimedia.
1 x 26min documentary - in Arabic and English
Moved to compassion by the scenes of horror being broadcast around the world, one Arab nation acted quickly and decisively to help these innocent victims in their hour of greatest need. Produced in conjunction with Trident Press Multimedia.
1 x 52min and 1 x 26min film - in Arabic and English
Lethal Legacy is the story behind Operations Emirates Solidarity (OES), a unique UAE-funded mine clearance project operating in South Lebanon in cooperation with the United Nations and Lebanese Armed Forces. Produced in conjunction with Trident Press Multimedia.