Jack Faber started his professional career as an autodidact visual artist and writer. He published two novels and exhibited video works, installations and performances internationally, before taking on cinema as an arena for counter censorship acts. Creating subversive narratives and reverse-engineering the cinematic commodity, Jack has completed 20 short films to date and participated in festivals and film labs with his first fiction feature film - currently in pre-production - titled 'A A'.
2016 - A A 1 (12:00'), Fiction; A A 2 (6:24') Fiction.
2015 - Drone Drive By (10:24’), Documentary.
2014 - Serial (17:00'), Fiction.
2013 - Masada Plan (15:00'), Documentary; Serpentine (15:00'), Fiction. 2012 - A Film About Feedback (55:00'), Documentary.
2011 - Names (3:10'), Documentary; DayShift (5:10'), Documentary.
2010 - Crows (4:10'), Experimental; Endless Summer (4:30'), Documentary. 2005 - Watchmen (8:30') censored until international legal precedent in 2014;
Torino Film Lab 2015 Audience Award for A A.
Torino Film Lab 2015 Production Award for A A.