Minau Petrovsky, a journalist, writer and host who specializes in movies, died on Tuesday, her daughter, journalist Nathalie Petrovsky, announced on Twitter.
“It’s with a heavy heart, but it’s comforting to know that she’s no longer in pain. I just announced to you yesterday that this great life and movie lover, my mother Minau Petrovsky, left us. She is 89 years old,” Nathalie Petrovsky said on Wednesday morning, “C’est Juste de la TV ”was shared with ICI ARTV as part of the commentary team.
In her autobiography “Take Me in Your Arms”, published in 2008, she described the famous interlocutor as having spent his life in recognition. Minau Petrovsky himself emigrated to Canada in 1957 and published his first story “La Cloison” in 1962 in the Les Eccrits du Canada franchise.
The film’s makeup artist, researcher, then host, director and interviewer “Fems Today”, collaborator for various magazines, author of several books, cultural columnist on the radio from 1981 to 1998, Minau Petrovsky received the prestigious Judith-Jasmine Prize in 1974 for “Les Doms de la Rouge” For report.
An acclaimed film critic, the lady has also canceled film festivals around the world for many years and reported on her passion in the media.