Tatyana Pokrovskaya

Tatyana Pokrovskaya

Producer, editor and actor in Washington, D. C.

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Name: Tatyana Pokrovskaya

Lives in: Washington, D. C.

Occupation: Producer, Editor and Actor

Credits

  • Stealth: Flying Invisible

    Stealth: Flying Invisible (2010)
    Film by Gene Lenore (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Lucky

    Lucky (2010)
    Film by Jeffrey Blitz (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew Qang is a Vietnamese refugee, whose American dream materializes in the form of $22 million while working the floors of a meatpacking factory; James is a sheltered outcast living with his team of cats in a litter strewn bungalow, before chance pays him a multi-million dollar hand. Written by Edinburgh International Film Festival

  • Frozen

    Frozen (2009)
    Film (short) by Michael Starobin Miscellaneous Crew It wasn't long after the first Earth observing satellites blasted into space that scientists began using data they gathered to study the poles. With the majority of polar territory sequestered by bitter temperatures and remote, forbidding terrain, experts took immediate advantage of this new orbiting omnipresence. But satellite observations are challenging to understand if you're not well versed in the language. The science of the cryosphere presents a steep learning curve to non-experts, too, and despite its growing relevance over the past few decades, it's not a subject that easily entices general audiences. The science is hard; so too is the translation of that science into ordinary language that captivates and educates. But like the research itself, it matters that non-scientists gain a broader understanding about how the world works. With activities surrounding the International Polar Year serving as a launching pad, media professionals, scientists, and administrators at the NASA... Written by Michael Starobin

  • Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission 4 Resource Reel v2.0

    Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission 4 Resource Reel v2.0 (2008)
    Film (short) (News) Producer Instruments added during SM4 will greatly expand the scientific power of the Hubble Space Telescope, putting Hubble at the "apex" of its capabilities, adding improvement factors of 10-70 times in certain key performance areas.

  • SLIC: The Unsung Hero of Servicing Mission 4

    SLIC: The Unsung Hero of Servicing Mission 4 (2008)
    Film (short) by Mike McClare (News) Cinematographer The composite Super Lightweight Interchangeable Carrier (SLIC) is a new breed of equipment carrier that will allow the Space Shuttle to transport a full complement of scientific instruments and other components to Hubble. Made of carbon fiber with a cyanate ester resin and a titanium metal matrix composite, SLIC is the first all-composite carrier to fly on the shuttle. This flat, reusable pallet looks very different from the carriers flown on previous Hubble servicing missions because of its efficient design. This design, plus SLIC's composite construction, makes it much lighter and stronger than traditional aluminum carriers. About half the weight of its predecessors, SLIC shows a dramatic increase in performance over other Hubble equipment carriers, with nearly double the carrying capability. Written by McClare, Mike

  • ACS Repair: The Challenge to Fix Hubble's Best Survey Camera

    ACS Repair: The Challenge to Fix Hubble's Best Survey Camera (2008)
    Film (short) by Mike McClare (News) Cinematographer Shortly after NASA Administrator Michael Griffin announced that NASA would add a servicing mission to the Hubble Space Telescope, Hubble's most prominent camera and most used instrument, died. The incredible engineering challenge to understand the problem, develop a strategy to fix ACS that astronauts could perform, create the tools and new circuit board components in an incredibly short time, could not have been accomplished if the Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS) hadn't failed a few years earlier. Goddard Engineers leveraged techniques they developed for STIS repair to fix ACS. Written by McClare, Mike

  • The Last Mission to Hubble

    The Last Mission to Hubble (2008)
    Film (short) by Mike McClare (News) Cinematographer Hubble Space Telescope Servicing Mission 4 is the last time humans will visit Hubble. NASA's scientists, engineers and astronauts are working together to make Hubble better than it has been before. See what NASA has planned for this last mission to Hubble; from new science instruments, to two challenging and never-done-before instrument repairs, and numerous upgrades. Written by McClare, Mike

  • STIS Repair: The Quest for Renewed Exploration

    STIS Repair: The Quest for Renewed Exploration (2008)
    Film (short) by Mike McClare (News) Cinematographer Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph (STIS), the most versatile spectrograph ever to fly on Hubble, ceased operations in August 2004 due to the failure of its power supply. In order to restore STIS to operational status, astronauts will perform a never-before-attempted on-orbit replacement of an electronics board inside STIS's main electronics box. On Earth this operation is relatively simple, but in space many challenges confront the astronauts as they work to replace the failed board including working to remove 111 tiny, non-captive screws with astronaut gloves. Written by Mike McClare

  • America's Hangar

    America's Hangar (2007)
    TV Movie by Gary Wortman (Documentary) Producer Sit in the cockpit as you tour of the National Air and Space Museum!

  • The Golden Age of Zeppelins

    The Golden Age of Zeppelins (2007)
    TV Movie by Hildy Rubin (Documentary) Producer Using archival material, this spectacular documentary portrays the life and times of airships starting with pre-WWI travel and its military use to the present day and beyond.

  • World's Smallest Planes

    World's Smallest Planes (2007)
    TV Movie by Robert S. Fiveson (Documentary) Producer Starting with the Wright Brothers and up to the present day, this film explores designers, home builders and pilots who are creating and flying the world's smallest planes.

  • Artomatic Flashback: By Artists for Everyone

    Artomatic Flashback: By Artists for Everyone (2007)
    Film (short) by Tatyana N. Pokrovskaya Producer, Director, Writer, Editor Artists George Koch, Lynn Scheppers, and Walter Ratzat share their stories in front of the camera about Artomatic, the massive art festival held in 1999 in Washington DC.

  • When Pigs Fly

    When Pigs Fly (2007)
    TV Movie by Robert S. Fiveson (Documentary) Producer

  • Unbelievable Flying Objects

    Unbelievable Flying Objects (2007)
    TV Movie by Robert S. Fiveson Miscellaneous Crew

  • Conquering Space: The Moon and Beyond

    Conquering Space: The Moon and Beyond (2005)
    Video by Gary Wortman (Documentary) Producer

  • Castro and the Cuban Revolution

    Castro and the Cuban Revolution (2005)
    Film by Roy Kahn (Documentary) Producer Striking footage, primary accounts and expert interviews clearly illustrate the dramatic events of this important historical revolution and provide insight into its contemporary themes.

  • The Russian Revolution

    The Russian Revolution (2005)
    Film (short) by Roy Kahn (History) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Top Science Stories of 2003

    Top Science Stories of 2003 (2003)
    TV Movie by Gary Wortman (Talk-Show) Producer

  • Ambush Makeover

    Ambush Makeover (2003)
    Television by Benjamin Ringe (Adventure, Family and Reality-TV) Miscellaneous Crew Real life stylists go onto the streets of major cities looking for people to give makeovers. Usually they are to be completed in time for outings that particular night.

  • Casting Calls

    Casting Calls (2003)
    TV Movie by Lauren Cardillo (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew

  • Spaced Out: The New Psychology of Space

    Spaced Out: The New Psychology of Space (2002)
    Film by Gary Wortman (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew

  • History Undercover: The Bloody Aleutians

    History Undercover: The Bloody Aleutians (2001)
    TV Movie by Michael Prentice (Documentary) Miscellaneous Crew

  • The MIR Chronicles: A Life in Space

    The MIR Chronicles: A Life in Space (2000)
    Film (Documentary) Producer

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