Education

Tatiana Stolpovskaya is a New York based cinematographer and experimental filmmaker. She explores different types of media, combining  analog filmmaking with digital media production and live streaming.

 

Her work explores themes related to immigration and LQBTQ+ rights. 

Born and raised in Moscow, Tatiana studied Cultural Studies at Russian State University for the Humanities and Cinematography at the Moscow Independent School of Film and TV.

Films she shot as DP have been screened worldwide including 53 Pesaro Film Festival in Italy; KINOTAVR and ArtDocFest in Russia; Ishinomaki International Film Festival, Japan; and Women Media Arts and Film Festival, Australia (winner Best Media Arts in 2017 for NYC FLOW).

 

Tatiana received an Award for Outstanding Achievement in Integrated Media Arts and MFA degree from Hunter College (City University of New York). 

2016-2020:         Integrated Media Arts, MFA, Hunter College, NYC

2015:                  ICP School NY, Lighting Techniques course with Robert Meyer.

2009-2013:         Russian State University of HumanitiesBA, Cultural Studies, Moscow, Russia
2007-2008:         Independent School of Film and TV (class of M.Razbezhkina, V.Fenchenko), Moscow, Russia

Work

Film

Director of Photography, The Karamazovs, Dir. Anna Brenner, narrative feature, post-production. 

Director of Photography, Not Just Me by Julia Wilkins, music video, 2021

Director of Photography, “I Digress: The Intimate Insights of a Childhood Weirdo” by Sauda Jackson, Dir. April Sweeney, 2021.

Director, Article 6.21, animated short, 2021

Director of Photography,􀀀 Grab My Hand, Jeanne Rogers, music video, 2020

Director of Photography, The Revolution Of Plastic,􀀀 Dir. M. G. Brun-Franzetti,􀀀 narrative short, 2019

Director of Photography, Changemaker,􀀀Dir. Evgenia Kovda, narrative short, 2019

Camera Assistant, “From Slavery to Freedom”, Doc., Dir. A. Kogan, Channel 9 - Israel, 2019

Director of Photography, Ondine, Dir.􀀀Mary Hanlon, 2019

Director,􀀀“Permanent Residency􀀀with conditions”. Super 8mm, 2019

Camera Operator, Anita. Director Lanna Leite, short, 16mm, 2017

Camera Operator, BITCHES, Hopefuls, Dir. Marine G. Brun-Franzetti, short, 2017, 2018

Camera Operator, Prelude to Debussy. Dir. Ophra Yerushalmi, Doc. USA/FRANCE, 2016

Director of Photography, NYC FLOW, Dir. Danil Krivoruchko, 2015

Director of Photography, Year Of Literature, Dir. Olga Stolpovskaya, Doc., Russia, 2015

1st AC, PA. Melbourne Black, pilot, Dir. Siena Stone, GHOST PICTURES, Australia, 2014

THEATER / LIVE PERFORMANCE

Director of Photography, "For Molly", Dir. Camille Hayes, Collumbia Theater Department, 2021

Director of Video Production, Paul Taylor Dance Company, LA Music Center, 2021

Videographer, EdgeCut Performance series, 2020

Live Feed Videographer, "The Karamazovs", Dir. Anna Brenner, 2020

Videographer, THE C.U.R.B. 2019

Video Design / Live Stream Producer"The Dybbuk", Dir. Jesse Freedman, New Yiddish Rep, 2020

TEACHING / FELLOWSHIPS

Tech Fellow at Hunter College, Film & Media, 2019 - 2021

Adjunct Professor at Hunter College, Film & Media, 2018 - 2020

Videographer, Editor, DSNY, 􀀀NYC.gov, 2019

Motion Graphic Designer,􀀀  Global Action Project , Collaborative Residency, 2018􀀀

Videographer at Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute, NYC, 2017

Selected screenings

Some Prefer Cake Lesbian Film Festival, Italy, 2021

Integrated Channels, Made in NY by IFP, USA, 2019

Seattle TRANSMEDIA & Independent FILM Festival, USA, 2017

53 Pesaro Film Festival, Italy, 2017

Con-temporary Art Observatorium, Venice, Italy, 2017

Electric Short Film & Music Festival (ESFMF), France, 2017

Women Media Arts and Film Festival, Australia, 2017 (winner BEST MEDIA ARTS)

Ishinomaki International Film Festival, Japan,  2017

International Film Festival of Documentary film, tourism and ecology, Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2017

ArtDocFest, Russia, 2016

KINOTAVR, Russia, 2016

International Kansk Video Festival, Russia, 2016