Sundance favorite documentary How to Let Go of the World
and Love All the Things Climate Can’t Change .
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In How to Let Go of the World and Love All The Things Climate Can’t Change, Oscar Nominated director Josh Fox (Gasland) continues in his deeply personal style, investigating climate change – the greatest threat our world has ever known. Traveling to 12 countries on 6 continents, the film acknowledges that it may be too late to stop some of the worst consequences and asks, what is it that climate change can’t destroy? What is so deep within us that no calamity can take it away?
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Josh Fox is best known as the writer/director of Gasland and Gasland Part II. Gasland was nominated for the 2011 Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature, and won the 2011 Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for Nonfiction Programming and the 2010 Sundance Film Festival Special Jury Prize (Documentary). Fox is the recipient of the 2010 LennonOno Grant for Peace and has toured to over 350 cities worldwide in support of the global anti-fracking movement.
Here is a curated selection of links shared on our Facebook page for additional insight/information:
6/24/16 – Too many inspiring nuggets of wisdom in this interview with Josh Fox to pick 1. A must-read (courtesy of TakePart) – link
6/27/16 – “It’s more of an action adventure movie than your typical climate change film” Josh Fox live on the Brian Lehrer Show – link
7/29/16 – “A one-word assessment of this documentary: Tough. As in, tough to watch. Tough to consider. Tough to ignore.” Ken Jaworowski, The New York Times – link
8/9/16 – “‘We are not drowning, we are fighting!’ This was where the protest tipped out of the symbolic and into something actual. This was the fight. This was how you stop a wave from crashing and destroying your home, pulling your family out to sea. This was how you do it.” Josh Fox, Democracy Now! – link
8/25/16 – Once you’ve seen the film, the director himself has some suggestions as to what you can do. – link