My name is Andrew Moir.
I am a documentary filmmaker.
I also produce fiction films.
I live in Toronto.
Here are my documentaries:
Delroy, a migrant worker, has spent half his life working in the Ontario tobacco belt to support his family in Jamaica. Goodbyes have become ritual but Delroy harbours a secret - he has cancer. Though his health declines, Delroy continues to work while shielding his family from the inevitable. 18 minutes.
Nominee Best Short Documentary - Canadian Screen Awards - 2018
Hot Docs Film Festival - 2017 - Toronto, Ontario
Sheffield Doc/Fest - 2017 - Sheffield, United Kingdom
DOC NYC - 2017 - New York, NY
Mill Valley Film Festival - 2017 - San Rafael, California
Athens Film + Video Film Festival - 2018 - Athens, Ohio
Trinidad and Tobago Film Festival - 2017 - Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago
Third Horizon Caribbean Film Festival - 2017 - Miami, Florida
Best Short Documentary - Forest City Film Festival - 2017 - London, Ontario
Best Short Documentary - Cabbagetown Film Festival - 2017 - Toronto, Ontario
Best Documentary - NSI Short Film Festival - 2017 - Winnipeg, Manitoba
Timehri Film Festival - 2018 - Georgetown, Guyana
The UnLonely Film Festival - 2019 - New York City, NY
Inward Eye Film Festival - 2019 - Ambleside, UK
Financed by CBC Short Docs and the Corus-Hot Docs Development Fund