Alyda Faber

Alyda Faber

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Associate Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics
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Alyda Faber is Associate Professor of Christian Theology and Ethics at the Atlantic School of Theology, Halifax. She teaches courses in film and religion, Christian theology, and ethics. Research in the area of film: film as parable, film poetics, ethics and film, representations of violence. Publications on film: essays on the films of Frederick Wiseman, Michael Haneke, Lars von Trier, Mike Leigh, among others; work in progress on Frederick Wiseman, parable and reciprocity. Forthcoming publication, a poem, “Berlinale Erotik” in Bitterzoet.


In her report Alyda Faber gives a detailed analysis of "Lara" and "Let There Be Light", the films which received, respectively, the Ecumenical Jury prize, and a commendation.  Three other films that especially impressed the Ecumenical Jury are also discussed.
Milja Radovic and Alyda Faber, jury members, review films of Locarno 2014
Jury member Alyda Faber reports about the Berlinale 2012


28.06.2019 to 06.07.2019
Karlovy Vary
06.08.2014 to 16.08.2014
09.02.2012 to 19.02.2012
14.05.2008 to 25.05.2008
23.08.2007 to 03.09.2007
10.02.1999 to 21.02.1999
22.08.1997 to 02.09.1997