Fox is a filmmaker, scholar, and Associate Professor in Occidental's Media Arts & Culture Department. He teaches courses in film and video production, documentary history and production, cinema aesthetics, narrative theory and screenwriting, and themed theory-production seminars on subjects such as autobiography in film and video and representations of body, illness and dying, gender, and sexuality in media. Fox's award-winning narrative, experimental, and documentary works have screened internationally theatrically, on television, at film festivals, and online. They are available globally on a range of platforms including the academic streaming service Kanopy. Fox's book Documentary Media: History, Theory, Practice is available through Routledge.
Education
A.B. Harvard College, Cambridge, MA
M.F.A. USC School of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles, CA
Ph.D. USC School of Cinematic Arts, Los Angeles, CA
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
film and video production, documentary history and production, cinema aesthetics, narrative theory and screenwriting, autobiography in film and video, representations of body, illness and dying, gender and sexuality in media.
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