Live Screening of Out Of My Window

    Saturday 15 March 2014
    Room BG02, City University London

    A live screening of Kat Cizek's web documentary Out Of My Window will take place on Sat 15th of March at City University London as part of the CIJ Webdocs Weekend. 

    Out Of My Window is one of the world's first interactive 360 degrees documentaries about the state of our urban planet, told by the people who look out on the world through highrise windows.

    It's a journey around the world through the most commonly built form of the last centure: the concrete-slab residential tower. Meet the remarcable highrise residents who harness the human spirit and power of the community to resurrect meaning among the ruins of modernism.

    Directed by Kat Cizek, of Canada, one of the world's leading filmmakers and web creators. 

    Start time: 5:40pm. 

    Tickets are £5, available on the day. Cash only. No booking nessesary. 
    Open to all. 

    More information about the CIJ Webdocs Weekend.

    Katerina Cizek is an Emmy-winning documentary-maker working across many media platforms.
    Her work has documented the Digital Revolution, and has itself become part of the movement. Currently, she is the director of the National Film Board of Canada's HIGHRISE project and for five years, she was the NFB’s Filmmaker-in-Residence (2008 Webby Award). Her previous award-winning films include Seeing is Believing: Handicams, Human Rights and the News (2002, co-directed with Peter Wintonick). Her documentaries have instigated criminal investigations, changed UN policies, and have screened as evidence at the International Criminal Tribunal. Cizek teaches and presents around the world about her innovative approach to the documentary genre..