Babe, I Hate to Go


A moving, intimate documentary about a Jamaican migrant worker struggling with a cancer diagnosis, Babe, I Hate To Go shows us the world of the migrant worker, an invisible population that number in the millions across Canada and the United States.

Babe, I Hate to Go screens as part of the Shorts Program on Saturday, September 30 at 6:15pm

  • Director: Andrew Moir
  • Country: Canada, Jamaica
  • Language: English
  • Duation: 18 minutes
  • Year: 2017
  • Type: Short Films

Andrew Moir

About the Director

A producer and documentary filmmaker, Andrew Moir pursues under-told stories that are intimate and with a highly personal point of view. His films include Uprooted (Hot Docs ‘11), a short about a tobacco farmer giving up his crop forever and the award-winning Just As I Remember (Hot Docs ‘13), a personal documentary about two young fathers living with ALS.  His current projects include Babe, I Hate to Go (Hot Docs ’17, Sheffield ’17) a short and feature-length documentary about a Jamaican migrant worker forced to return home after a terminal cancer diagnosis. Andrew lives in Toronto, Canada.

O Cinema Wynwood

90 NW 29th Street, Miami, FL 33127

Date: September 30 2017

Time: 6:15 pm