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Léa Morin is a curator, independent researcher and programmer. She is particularly interested in the circulation of ideas, forms, aesthetics and political and artistic struggles, as well as the challenges of preserving the film archives of weakened, minority cinemas and struggling against authoritarian narratives. She is a member of the Archives Bouanani team: a history of cinema in Morocco (Rabat) and of Talitha (www.talitha3.com), an association committed to the re-circulation of sound and film works through publishing and catering (Rennes). In particular, she worked on the restoration and recirculation of Mostafa Derkaoui's first film "De quelques événements sans signification" [Some Events Without Meaning] and designed the archive website www.cinima3.com dedicated to the story of the passage of Moroccan filmmakers in Poland in the 1960s and 1970s. She was director of the Cinémathèque de Tanger.

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