Upon realizing that the objective survey he intended to make about Art Basel Hong Kong - now the leading international art market in Asia - isn’t going according to plan, Andrew Hevia (co-producer of Academy Award Winner MOONLIGHT) instead creates a personal and comedic study of loneliness, culture shock and the contemporary art world that Film Threat calls "the most original and fascinating documentary you’ll see all year.”
- Andrew Hevia
- Andrew Hevia
- Carlos David Rivera
- Gavin Brivik
- Sam Crawford
- CARGO FILM & RELEASING
- ONE EIGHT FIVE FILMS
The most original and fascinating documentary you’ll see all year.
Andrew's documentary directing work includes LEAVE THE BUS THROUGH THE BROKEN WINDOW (2018), SAWGRASS CITY (2014) and A SHORT FILM ABOUT EDSON JEAN (2015).
He co-produced the groundbreaking, three time Academy Award winning film MOONLIGHT (2016) and produced CENIZAS (2018) from director Juan Sebastián Jácome. Andrew is a founder of Borscht Corp, the non-profit film collective behind the Borscht Film Festival, which was called "the weirdest film festival on the planet" by Indiewire.
Andrew graduated from the Florida State University Film School and Fordham University's Gabelli School of Business. He was a 2015 Fulbright Fellow to Hong Kong and 2017 IFP Labs Fellow and a 2018 Producing Fellow at Berlinale Talents.
Andrew currently serves as the VP of the North American offices of Fabula, the Oscar winning Chilean production company founded by brothers Juan de Dios and Pablo Larraín.