**Coming this March**
In a small farming town gas wells and pipelines are threatening lives. While protests to the government fall on deaf ears, only a mysterious eco-terrorist bomber gets any attention from the media. Feeling scared and alone, a single farmer decides upon a unique course of action.


Genre: Documentary - Investigative / Environmental
Length: 80’
Director: Julian T. Pinder (LAND)
Editor: Roland Schlimme (Manufactured Landscapes, Petropolis)
Music: Kurt Swinghammer (Waterlife), Max Richter (Waltz with Bashir)
Production Company: Six Island Productions
Commissioning Editor: Jane Jankovic (TVO)
Produced in Association with: TVO, the OMDC Film Fund, Rogers Documentary Fund, Shaw Media-Hot Docs Fund, & the Ontario Arts Council
Interactive: Trouble in the Peace is supported by the release of a companion video game called Pipe Trouble (available online and for select tablets in March - pipetrouble.com). Pipe Trouble takes a clever new spin on an old arcade classic and uses over-the-top satire to prompt larger mainstream discussion for ongoing real-world issues surrounding the exploitation of natural gas. Tasked with building their own pipeline, players try to balance the financial demands of using the least pipe to make the most money against the impact on the local environment and neighbouring farms.

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