Born in Toronto, Paul Fox is an accomplished, award-winning film and television director.
Upon graduation from New York's School of Visual Arts, Paul's thesis short, Last Round Up
(1990), won several international awards. He was also invited to the Sundance Film Festival, which secured Fox a "First Look" deal with New Line Cinema.
Fox was then chosen to participate in the Director's Lab program at Norman Jewison's prestigious Canadian Film Centre. During that time Paul also directed music videos and commercials for Toronto's Revolver Films.
Television work includes episodes of Cold Squad
, Darcy's Wild Life
, Life with Derek
and Radio Free Roscoe
Fox's first feature-length film, the psychological thriller The Dark Hours
(2005), received not only critical acclaim but garnered numerous awards at international festivals.
His second feature, Everything's Gone Green
(2007), written by Douglas Coupland, is about a young slacker who's tempted into a money laundering scheme.
Everything's Gone Green
The Dark Hours