Jamie Moffett is an American independent motion picture director and producer.
He is a graduate of Eastern University, majoring in Communications with a concentration on Theatre Sound Design; nominated for a Barrymore Award in that field. He co-founded the non-profit organization The Simple Way, and formed the indie film company Jamie Moffett Media Design and Production in 2005. In 2008 he directed the feature documentary The Ordinary Radicals, recognized by eight film festivals, including the Garden State Film Festival, Crossroads Film Festival, ION Film Festival in Dubai, and the Acolade Film Awards. He directed the Another World is Possible! three volume DVD series along with countless music videos and short films.
Moffett’s latest feature film, Return to El Salvador, is narrated by Emmy Award winner Martin Sheen and endorsed by Nobel Peace Prize winner Archbishop Desmond Tutu. It reveals compelling stories of vibrant Salvadoran individuals and communities as well as the intricate geo-political systems that have profoundly impacted their lives. Following a multi-city North American theatrical release the film is currently broadcast on TV stations throughout the Americas as well as the popular movie and network television site Hulu.
Mr. Moffett is currently in production on the feature documentary The Gospel of Rutba. Shot on location in Iraq, Jordan, Israel & Palestine, the film follows American peace activists and Iraq veterans back to the conflict in Iraq during the war, when an extraordinary act of kindness saved three lives and launched a global movement of peace.