Josh Fox visits Washington D.C. to tape hearings on unconventional gas drilling at the House Sub Committee for Energy and Minerals, June 4, 2009.
Josh Fox and a resident of Weld County Colorado, a heavily drilled area nicknamed "The Red Zone" light tap water on fire.
Well site in the Jonah Gas Fields, just south of the Grand Tetons in Wyoming.
A panel of gas Industry spokesmen, lobbyists and consultants testify on Hydraulic Fracturing for Natural Gas before the House Sub Committee on Energy And Minerals, June, 4 2009
Josh Fox in the stream by his house a tributary to the Delaware River, North Eastern Pennsylvania.
Josh Fox plays banjo in the Gas Fields near Pinedale, Wyoming
Josh Fox, with Amee and Jesse Ellsworth in the "Red Zone", Weld County, Colorado.
Mike Markham lights his tap water on fire, near Ft. Lupton Colorado.
Josh Fox calls gas companies from home, only to be refused interviews
Markham shows his water sample near Ft. Lupton, Colorado after explaining his frustration in getting help with the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission.
John Fenton shows the Native American petroglyph near his home in Central Wyoming.
A Huge Gas refinery overshadows a cemetery in Aztec, New Mexico.
A well pad in Dimock, PA. Part of the largest Natural Gas Drilling campaign in Pennsylvania history.
Josh Fox prepares sound for an interview in Booneville, Arkansas.
Warning sign on Natural Gas Pipeline leading to the "Henry Hub" in Louisiana, one of the largest Natural Gas refineries in the US.
Josh Fox investigates an evaporation pit of hydraulic fracture waster water, otherwise known as "produced water" in Wyoming
Fox visits Washington D.C. to tape hearings on unconventional gas drilling at the House Sub Committee for Energy and Minerals, June 4, 2009.
Summer Series 2010
2010 Sundance Film Festival Award-Winner
Exposes the possible hazards of domestic natural gas drilling.