The New York Times hails Josh Fox as "one of the most adventurous impresarios of the New York avant-garde." Founder and artistic director of the International WOW Company, Fox has written, directed and produced two feature films and over 20 works for the stage. His narrative feature film debut, Memorial Day (2008), is a jarring roller-coaster ride from the beaches of girls-gone-wild spring break to the torture chambers of Abu Ghraib. His recent work for the stage includes “Surrender,” an interactive war epic that was nominated for a 2009 Drama Desk Award. Fox is the director of the critically acclaimed Gasland, a film that brought worldwide attention to the energy crisis, and its sequel Gasland 2 (Mountainfilm 2013). Fox is the director of How to Let Go of the World and Love all the Things Climate Can't Change (Mountainfilm 2016).