Konstantin Bronzit (1965) graduated from art school in 1983, and from the High institute of Art and Design in 1992. During his studies, from 1985 till 1990, he worked as an animator at the studio for popular science films, where he made his first film The Round-About. In 1994 he completed his screenplay and directing degree having studied under Fjodor Khitruk in Moscow. His popular films At the World's End (1999) and Lavatory-Lovestory (2007) won over a hundred awards at numerous film festivals. He is a member of the French and Russian film academies.