The National Audiovisual Centre (CNA) and have announced the exclusive film screening of the ecological thriller How to Blow Up a Pipeline, followed by a debate on Tuesday 28 November 2023 at CinéStarlight in Dudelange from 19:30.

This screening will form part of the CNA's "Talking Pictures" conference cycle. The conference cycle’s first edition will be devoted to the relationship between nature and cinema. The ecological thriller will be presented for the first time to a local audience in Luxembourg.

Directed by Daniel Goldhaber, How to Blow Up a Pipeline critically addresses the topic of climate activism and political resistance, and raises central questions about the effectiveness of nonviolent protest and the ethics of radical actions. In the presence of speakers from and the CNA, a debate on the film after the screening will allow participants to participate in a debate.

Based on the book of the same name by ecologist and environmental activist Andreas Malm, Goldhaber's second feature film explores different positions on climate activism through to economic sabotage. Carried by young talents, this ecological thriller with a captivating staging presents various political, philosophical and moral positions regarding this timely issue.

More information on the screening is available at: The screening is free and does not require registration.