Dr. Iris Zaki is an award-winning documentary filmmaker who uses quirky first-person narratives to depict communities. She recently finished her PhD at Royal Holloway, University of London, which explored her own innovative interviewing technique: 'The Abandoned Camera'. Her previous film, Women in Sink screened at over 150 festivals and universities, received 13 awards (a Grierson, at Karlovy Vary, Visions du Reel, Films de Femmes and more), and was featured on TV and on The New York Times. She is now launching her feature documentary, Unsettling, about West Bank Jewish settlers. The short on the same subject "Natural Born Settlers" was featured as a New York Times Op-Doc.