Ines Toharia
Ines toharia

Inés was born in Madrid (Spain). After completing her studies in literature and film, she received a grant to pursue her training in filmmaking in the UK and later specialized in film preservation in the USA with a Fulbright scholarship. She has directed documentaries and short films that have been broadcast nationally and internationally, receiving different awards. She has worked at different film archives and in cultural preservation projects (USA, Mexico, United Nations, Spain) and collaborated in the setting up of the first edition of FiSahara (Western Sahara International Film Festival) at the Sahrawi refugee camps. She has curated exhibitions and screenings, worked as a photographer, covered major international film festivals and teaches and writes about film history. “Film, the Living Record of Our Memory” is her latest film, which sheds light on the international efforts of those who work in the field of film preservation.