I made this film looking out of my house in Brixton in south London. I hadn’t seen foxes for a long time and I wandered what had become of them…
Loved and loathed a like, they have a bad name, most of the time for no good reason. Although we often share a home a street a garden, foxes are surprisingly elusive for such frequent visitors. Throughout history mankind has inadvertently damaged many species. But not foxes. They don’t just survive but thrive in towns and cities.
Filmed and edited by Richard Cobelli
Narrated by David Cohen
Written by Sean Jiranek and Richard Cobelli, rewritten in places by David Cohen
Thank you to Katherine Hardy and to Michael’s Meats, Brixton.