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The rules have changed.
The water has changed.
The climate has changed.
The truth has changed.
We must change.

The Truth Has Changed captures the rapid-fire shocks that are changing the fabric of our lives—from 9/11 and the Iraq war, to fracking and the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill, to Hurricane Sandy, to relentless smear campaigns against climate scientists, to the fight for 100% renewable energy, to Standing Rock, to the 2016 presidential campaign, to Cambridge Analytica.

The paradigm shift that global warming represents parallels a paradigm shift in how we process truth. Both deeply affect democracy.

Josh Fox has had a front row seat—a first responder after 9/11, filming Deepwater close up from the air and on the ground, a member of the Bernie Sanders' delegation of the Democratic Platform Committee, risking his life to cross a bridge on Thanksgiving Day at Standing Rock, traveling around the country, shooting his films, talking to people everywhere he goes.

Josh's live one-man show, also called "The Truth Has Changed," has been in development with HBO with a debut at New York City's Town Hall on September 11 and 12, 2018, and then broadcast and turned into a film, and taken on an extended national tour.


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“Entertaining, funny, insightful and important.”

“The most important, engrossing, empowering theater I’ve ever experienced. Josh Fox’s understated genius is exposed through a story that will blow your mind, enthrall you and leave you understanding the ways of the world and our times better!”

“Josh Fox is truly one of my favorite artists because his soul is intertwined with his political determination. With The Truth Has Changed he delivers a jaw-dropping journalistic expose as a radical act of love.”


The only journalist ever arrested in Congress for doing journalism, Josh Fox is the man who made "fracking" a household word as writer/director/narrator of the Oscar-nominated, Emmy-winning film Gasland. His short videos on climate interruption, Standing Rock, Bernie Sanders and fracking have gone viral and been viewed over 60 million times. Josh is the founder and producing artistic director of the International WOW Company, which has produced over 40 new plays to consistent rave reviews. The New York Times calls him "one of the most adventurous impresarios of the New York avant-garde," and Time Out NY adds "one of downtown's most audacious auteurs." He has toured to over 500 American cities to speak to people about climate change and the proliferation of fossil fuel extraction, raising awareness at the grassroots. Josh's other films include the award-winning How to Let Go of the World and Love All the Things Climate Can't Change, and AWAKE, a Dream of Standing Rock. Josh has appeared on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart, Bill Maher, CBS World News Tonight, The Colbert Report, The Diane Rehm Show, NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered, Carson Daly, Chris Hayes, Democracy Now, and many other national broadcasts, and in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, the Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, Time, and many other national and metropolitan publications. He lives in New York City and New Orleans. The Truth Has Changed is his first book.