Following initial screenings at Sheffield Film Festival and the ACF London, Tracking Edith has secured a UK release with a series of screenings this summer.
The film tells the story of the socially engaged Austrian / British photographer Edith Tudor-Hart (née Suschitzky), who led a remarkable double life. When she wasn’t working as a Soviet agent, she was taking photos of social deprivation, poverty and workers in London and Vienna.
2017, 91min, English, directed by Peter Stephan Jungk
Beginning on 27 July in London at the following cinemas:
The Bertha DocHouse Screen at Curzon Bloomsbury
with Q&A on Fri 27 Jul 18:30
Barbican Cinema at the Barbican Centre
with Q&A on Sat 28 Jul 18:30
with Q&A on Sun 29 Jul 15:30
ArtHouse Crouch End
Home, Manchester 10–16 August
The Plough Arts Centre, Torrington 13 & 21 August
Regent Street Cinema, London 28 August