‘How To Blow Up A Pieline’ Acquired By Neon Out Of TiFF – Deadline

Neon has locked down North American rights to the thriller How to Blow Up a Pipeline, a TIFF breakout which had its world premiere as part of the 2022 festival’s Platform category, in a competitive situation.

Billed as part high-stakes heist, part radical exploration of direct action as climate activism, the film based on Andreas Malm’s manifesto tackling the climate crisis follows a crew of young environmental activists who execute a daring mission to sabotage an oil pipeline.

Daniel Goldhaber (Cam) directed from his script written with Ariela Barer (Runaways, Atypical), and Jordan Sjol. Barer stars alongside Kristine Froseth (Sharp Stick), Lukas Gage (Euphoria), Forrest Goodluck (The Revenant), Sasha Lane (American Honey), Jayme Lawson (The Batman), Marcus Scribner (Black-ish), Jake Weary (It Follows), Irene Bedard (Pocahantas) and Olive Jane Lorraine (Jelly).

How to Blow Up a Pipeline was written, cast, financed, and prepped in only seven months with Lyrical Media and Spacemaker financing. The film was produced by Isa Mazzei, Goldhaber, Ariela Barer, David Grove Churchill Viste, and Adam Wyatt Tate with production company Chrono. Alex Black and Alex Hughes also served as producers, with Danielle Mandel as co-producer. Jon Rosenberg, Riccardo Maddalosso, Lane, Goodluck, Sjol, Natalie Sellers and Eugene Kotlyarenko served as executive producers.

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