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Tina Petrova has been part of the Canadian film, television and stage scene for over 20 years, as an award winning actress, a writer, producer and director.
She first studied theatre and dance at Ryerson University, later returning to study film in the mid 1990's. Her film debut “The Lost Years” garnered nationwide interest after being honoured by the Golden Sheaf Awards. It was produced with the assistance of the National Film Board of Canada. She is an alumni of the Canadian Film Centre, founded by Norman Jewison.
Film critics have dubbed Tina a "driving force" and "visionary," creating works of "faith and healing." Her primary passion over the years has being jumping feet first into projects of a social justice nature, including "Secret Survivors," and "Employment Equity- the Challenge."
CBC Radio is the exclusive distributor of her radio documentary -" Rumi, spoken by Coleman Barks.
Her current projects include travelling across America on a good will ambassador tour, exhibiting and promoting Rumi-Turning Ecstatic and publishing her first book, entitled “In Search of Rumi.”
Her feature directing debut “Rumi Turning Ecstatic” had its world broadcast premiere on VISION TV. Since then, it has gone on to play in over 15 countries to date, including a United Nations Headquarters screening in 2007.
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