Conor Harrington

Crossing Lines – Short Film

03 Feb Crossing Lines – Short Film



In May 2010 I set out on a trip to Israel and Palestine with film-maker Andy Telling. We spent a week painting in both Tel Aviv and Bethlehem. My work deals with conflict and tension so I thought this would be an interesting place to go to.

Andy has been working away for months on the film, both editing and producing all the music. Here are the fruits of his labour.

  • Jason
    Posted at 19:11h, 03 February

    Great video. Very tranquil and touching!

  • Daphney
    Posted at 20:28h, 03 February

    beautiful, great art work and this video brought me in a very light mood. A lot of stunning images in there!

  • Brian
    Posted at 11:03h, 04 February

    Thanks, that made my morning. Love the little details like the kid with the ‘Paradice’ advert.

    I didn’t see any guns in your work, would you say the images are more peaceful than usual?

  • K Baergen
    Posted at 16:33h, 04 February

    this film is beautiful and your work is beautiful. so, thank you.

  • james
    Posted at 17:21h, 06 February

    such a great mix of shots of the landscape, the people, and you working (without giving away too many secrets of corse) all set to the perfect soundtrack for setting the mood. well done all around.

  • Gabor
    Posted at 22:10h, 09 February

    Very nice film, I love it. Well done
    greetings from Slovakia

  • Paolo Lazzaretto
    Posted at 23:02h, 18 February

    Bellissimo veder vestire di libertà i muri, simboli di oppressione e chiusura. Ottimo il lavoro di fotografia e video. Grazie!

  • mikelikesart
    Posted at 23:16h, 26 February

    I love this film!
    I’m studying art in the sixth form, and just thought I’d let you know I’m using your art as my main artist research/influence, – your work is awesome.
    I’ll be posting pages from my sketchbook pretty soon, I’ve done an artist research page too, complete with my attempt at One Man’s Heroic Waste Of Time.
    Thanks for the inspiration, can’t wait to see more stuff


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