My name is Andrew Moir.

I am a documentary filmmaker.

I also produce fiction films.

I live in Toronto.

Here are my documentaries:

 

Goodbyes have become ritual for Delroy. A migrant worker, he has spent half of his life working in Ontario to support his family in Jamaica. When he learns he has cancer, his family's future is threatened. 18 minutes.

Full film on Youtube and CBC Gem.

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