Amanda Faber

Amanda works as a producer and director in film, television and theatre. In 2014, she and Garry McQuinn produced an international tour of the play The Two Worlds of Charlie F by Owen Sheers, directed by Stephen Rayne. The play was originally devised by Masterclass and the Royal British Legion. The tour was nominated for numerous awards - a UK Theatre Award, a Manchester Theatre Award, the Millies and a Soldiering On Award. In 2016, she devised a new dance, Muster, working with Candoco Dance Company.

The dance, premiered at the Place Theatre. In 2016 she created Traces of War a new dance which premiered at Somerset House.

She became a director of Combat Veteran Players (UK) CIC, in 2015 and produced Twelfth Night in 2015 and Richard III at the RSC in 2016.

In 2011, she produced the feature film Resistance, starring Michael Sheen and Andrea Riseborough, which was nominated for the CineVision Award at the Munich Film Festival.

It was nominated for three Welsh BAFTAs in 2012 and Sharon Morgan won a Welsh BAFTA for Best Actress. In 2012, she produced the feature Jadoo, starring Kulvinder Ghir, Amara Karan and Harish Patel, which premiered in official selection at the Berlin Film Festival 2013. Before that, Amanda directed and produced at the BBC in documentaries, news and current affairs, and general factual. Credits include: Breaking the Silence, Guilty My Arse, The Race for Everest, Children With a Difference, Cooked Britain and Watchdog. She won the Ian Pollard prize for journalism.

She is a solicitor and teacher and was a senior lecturer at the College of Law, London. She is currently developing a number of feature films and is developing a production in the US with veterans.