Anna Sagatov

Anna Sagatov
Videographer

Anna Sagatov is an award-winning science filmmaker from Vienna, Virginia. Her short films and documentaries have screened at numerous festivals around the United States and have been featured on many science communication websites including the Smithsonian’s blog, Citizens’ Climate Lobby, and Labocine. Her films focus on topics such as the science of emergence in the slime mold Physarum polycephalum, the science of meditation, political conservatives who care about climate change, an artist who makes work about microplastics, women in science, and the microbial life with biomedical potential that is being found in a Superfund site in Butte, Montana. Anna has also worked on film crews for National Geographic, the Discovery Channel, the Travel Channel, Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime, and on several films that have screened at Sundance and Cannes Film Festival. Anna has a Master’s degree in Science and Natural History Filmmaking from Montana State University, a BA in Human Ecology with a focus on the intersections of art and science from College of the Atlantic, and she is a PADI divemaster.