Michael Nash is a film director, screenwriter, and television producer. He has directed the films Climate Refugees, Fuel, and Nebraska. He has received the Social Change Global Institute Filmmaker of the Year Award. MovieMaker Magazine named Nash one of the “Top 10 MovieMakers Of The Planet” (2010) along with Davis Guggenheim, Morgan Freeman, Don Cheadle and Louie Psihoyus. Nash has also won Senator Boxer’s Conservation Champion Award and the Neiman Marcus Environmental Visions Filmmaker Award.
Nash’s multi-award winning Climate Refugees (2010) premiered at Sundance Film Festival and was the only film screened by the United Nations at the recent IIEA Copenhagen Climate Change Conference and Davos for world leaders and policymakers. Climate Refugees had its world premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, and was noted by Robert Redford in the NY Times “as an agent for social change.”