Konstantin Eduardovich Bronzit

Konstantin Eduardovich Bronzit

Film director, Honored Artist of the Russian Federation
Laureate of the Prize of the President of the Russian Federation in literature and art
“Nika” Prize Winner, two-time Oscar nominee
Member of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences

Born on April 12, 1965, in Leningrad.
In 1983,Bronzit graduated from the Boris Ioganson Art School at the I.E. Repin Academy of Arts.
In 1992, he graduated from the design faculty at the Mukhina Leningrad School of Higher Art.
From 1985 to 1991, worked at the “Lennauchfilm” film Studio.
From 1993 to 1997, worked at the Moscow animation studio “Pilot” (art director Alexander Tatarsky).
In 1995, Bronzit graduated from the Higher Courses for Screenwriters and Film Directors (F.S. Khitruk’s workshop).
Currently works at the St. Petersburg Studio of animation films “Melnitsa” as a director.
Winner of numerous awards at film festivals, nominated for the French “Cesar” awards (2001) and twice nominated for the Oscars (2010 and 2016).


• 1988 “Carousel” (in the collection “Very Little Tragedies”)
• 1991 “Cuboroid”
• 1991 “Don’t be distracted!”
• 1991 “Take care of your teeth”
• 1993 “Fare Well”
• 1993 “Tuk-Tuk”
• 1993 “Chew!”
• 1994 “Pacifier”
• 1995 “Switchcraft”
• 1996 “Memento mori”
• 1996 “Die Hard”
• 1998 “At the Ends of the Earth”
• 2002 “There Was an Old Lady”
• 2003 “The God”
• 2004 “The House That Jack Built”
• 2004 “The Cat and the Fox” (“Mountain of Gems”)
• 2004 “Alyosha Popovich and Tugarin the Snake”
• 2007 “Lavatory Lovestory”
• 2009 “The True Story of Three Little Pigs”
• 2014 “We cannot live without space”
• 2018 “Three heroes and the heir to the throne”
• 2019 “He cannot live without space”

Production designer:
• 2003 “Dwarf Nose”