The activist and film-maker discusses his latest documentary, The Edge of Nature, which charts his months spent living in a forest, wrestling with the virus’s neurological symptoms
In the years following the release of his Oscar-nominated anti-fracking documentary Gasland, Josh Fox felt the full weight of the fossil fuel industry bearing down on him.
“I was public enemy number one for five or six years,” he says. “They followed me all around the country. There were arson [threats] and constant death threats. There were huge PR campaigns against the film, very, very much targeted at me.”
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