En Français (Source & Image): http://africine.org/personne/amina-barakat/16734
Amina Barakat, Moroccan film critic and journalist, received her training from the Higher Institute of Journalism in Rabat, audio-visual press program in 1984. From 1985 to 2003, she was a journalist for the daily Al Anbaa, the portal and magazine al Machhad from 2003 to 2005, and responsible for the internal bulletin of the Ministry of Communication from 2006 to 2008. In addition, she was consultant of communication to UNESCO, a permanent correspondent of the International Press Agency (IPS), and contributor to the rubric in Arabic, “Al Yaoum Athamen" for the Alam.
Amina Barakat also collaborates with the Moroccan television production services, the French-language magazine Femmes du Maroc (Women of Morocco), the Nissae Al Maghreb magazine in Arabic. She collaborates with the Arabic-language daily Assahra Al Maghribiya, the francophone daily newspaper Aujourd'hui le Maroc, the Women's feature service. She is a member of the editorial staff of the website cinemagroupe.ps, an active member of the Arab-language website Cinémac, the African film critic website Africiné, among numerous other associative activities.
Several articles by Amina Barakat translated from French appear in the African Women in Cinema Blog:
Aida Bouya: une réalisatrice sur les traces de ses aïeuls hassanis | a filmmaker in the footsteps of her Hassani ancestors par/by Amina Barakat
Compte-rendu de la 6ème édition du Festival International du Film de Femmes de Salé par Amina Barakat (Rabat)
Asmae El Moudir: Filmmaking has been my dream since a child