Babe, I Hate to Go

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Babe, I Hate to Go
Directed byAndrew Moir
Produced byAndrew Moir
Sherien Barsoum
StarringDelroy Dunkley
CinematographyAndrew Jeffrey
Edited byGraeme Ring
Release date
2017 (Hot Docs)
Running time
19 minutes

Babe, I Hate to Go is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Andrew Moir and released in 2017.[1] The film centres on Delroy Dunkley, a migrant worker from Jamaica who works on a farm in Southwestern Ontario to support his family, but is trying to shield them from his own diagnosis with cancer.[1]

The film premiered at the Hot Docs Canadian International Documentary Festival in 2017,[2] before being distributed primarily on the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation's Short Docs web platform.[1]

The film received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Short Documentary Film at the 6th Canadian Screen Awards.


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