Paul Fox is an accomplished film and television director with an impressive array of award winning feature films, music videos, short films and television productions to his credit. Paul's first feature THE DARK HOURS is a taut psychological thriller that received international acclaim and won numerous awards including Best Film at the Austin Fantastic Film Festival, Best Feature at the Dead by Dawn Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland and the Best of Puchon at the PiFan International Fantastic Film Festival in Korea.
Everthing's Gone Green, Paul's second feature, is a wry coming of age comedy, written by acclaimed author Douglas Coupland (Generation X), which premiered at the 2006 Toronto International Film Festival and was released to excellent reviews in Canada and the U.S.
Paul recently directed multiple episodes of Schitt's Creek, a new comedy for CBC and POP starring Eugene Levy, Catherine O'Hara and Chris Elliott, as well as directing the pilot for The Pinkertons, a new series set in 1860's Missouri starring Angus Macfadyen (Braveheart, Turned) as the real life founder of the The Pinkerton National Detective Agency.
Paul is in development on several feature projects, including the dark comedy The Great Perhaps, suspense thriller The Mysteries of Ice Fishing, action dramas The Valiant and The Last Outlaw an adaptation of the award-winning play East of Berlin, and Red Dog, a Western.