Neon's Super LTD Grabs Tony Stone's 'Ted K' Thriller

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Sharlto Copley in 'Ted K'

The Unabomber true crime drama where Sharlto Copley plays the Rocky Mountains wilderness recluse bowed in Berlin.

Neon's boutique label Super LTD has picked up the North American rights to Tony Stone’s true crime drama Ted K.

The dramatic thriller written and directed by Stone — where Sharlto Copley plays the Rocky Mountains wilderness recluse who became known to the world as the Unabomber — bowed as part of the Panorama section at the Berlin International Film Festival.

The film about the Vermont loner is produced by Heathen Films in association with Verisimilitude, Hideout Pictures, In Your Face Entertainment and Cameron Brodie.

“We are very excited to be working with Neon and Super LTD to release this wild and nuanced story of the Unabomber,” Stone said in a statement about his thriller based on Ted Kaczynski’s diaries and writings.

Executive producer credits on Ted K are shared by Brodie, Tyler Brodie, Melissa Auf der Maur, Shannon Houchins, Potsy Ponciroli and Trevor O’Neil. The producer credits are with Jake Perlin, Niles Roth, Colin Scott, Stone, Matt Flanders and Copley.

Super LTD negotiated the distribution deal along with Cinetic Media.  Hanway Films is handling international rights.