An unseen woman witnesses the ordinary oppression and fear of the early years of National Socialism. The film is based on the memories, unsent letters and notebooks of young photographer Erika Koch. Aspects of her life are mapped out within the small area of Berlin-Tempelhof where she lived through haunted images and sounds that imbue place with a sense of memory and history.
Watch the film online, ahead of a discussion with directors Anthea Kennedy (niece of Erika Koch) and Ian Wiblin. The Film Screening The View from Our House will be available to view online: 15 – 19 June.
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This event accompanies our exhibition ANOTHER EYE: Women Refugee Photographers in Britain after 1933.