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Win(d) Over Cancer


Last summer the world was closed, but our waters were open.

This crew took the opportunity to make a difference - More Kids On Sailboats, a 501(c)(3) organization is proud to present our first short film - WIN(D) OVER CANCER

"You don't want to compare something you love to something you hate. You learn on a boat that goals change, unexpected things happen and you need to have a change of plans. Same thing with cancer."

Follow our crew of kids as they compete in an offshore sailboat race to raise awareness & money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

A race against all adults, professionals, and mother nature herself.

Our Review

In most films based on Cancer, Cancer by itself becomes the entire plot line. Andrew Jowett’s Win(d) over Cancer is definitely a different style of film from the typical. The analogy between the workings of nature and those of cancer is so very meaningful. It’s an interesting portrayal of how one can maneuvers & navigate the challenges, not only of cancer but for that matter everything if life.

There is a good amount of cheer factor at the end to see the team YETI win. Certainly a good one if you want no cry but more happiness.

I thought it was deep and moving, but too short. Wish the film had a couple of more minutes portraying the challenges while at sail and their learning’s.

Seriously, organizations like ‘More Kids on Sail’, need to exist all around the world benefitting larger community. Shout out to their support to stay involved with the young Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

Director Biography - Andrew Jowett

Andrew Niven Jowett calls the shores of Lake Huron home in the great state of Michigan. The water is his greatest source of inspiration and more often than not finds its way into his work. With a background in photojournalism, Andrew brings that approach to all aspects of his photography, seeking out the authentic moments in the stories he


  • Andrew Jowett Director

  • Brett Langolf Producer

  • Katie Langolf Producer

  • Brett Langolf Writer

  • Katie Langolf Writer

  • Andrew Jowett Writer

  • Rain Bennett Writer

  • Kate Keane Key Cast

  • Molly Keane Key Cast


  • Project Type: Documentary, Short

  • Runtime: 8 minutes 40 seconds

  • Completion Date: July 30, 2021

  • Production Budget: 2,500 USD

  • Country of Origin: United States

  • Country of Filming: United States

  • Language: English

  • Shooting Format: Digital

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: Yes

  • Student Project: No

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