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Konstantin Bronzit
a Russian animator and animation film director
Bronzit’s animation:
•	grotesque and sharp graphic language
•	funny paradoxes but always quite
sentimental
•	intellectual ...
USSR
1965
Born in in Leningrad, USSR
1988 - 1994
award-winning caricaturist

1988
first film, Merry-Go-Round or The
Round-...
1992
V. Mukhina Leningrad Higher Art and Industrial Academy
1994
the “Higher Courses in Scriptwriting and Directing in
Mos...
Fyodor Khitruk
‘Bronzit does what Khitruk always did: they
both use wit to sketch serious tales of better
social existence’
David MacFady...
1994–1995
an animator, scriptwriter and director of
the award winning short films ‘Soother,’
‘Switchcraft’ and ‘Tuk-Tuk’

...
...meanwhile in Russia
1993-1995
a scriptwriter, director and animator at the
Moscow Animation Studio “Pilot”, the first
independent film studio ...
Alexander Tatarsky
the founder of Studio “Pilot”
“Comrades, who are responsible for creating and showing such
films!!!
Understand that if you feed a child food which need ...
1998
lived and worked in France,
where he completed his short
film At the Ends of the Earth,
which eventually gathering
ne...
Since 1999
has worked at studio ‘Melnitsa’, where
he served as art director in the projects
Adventures in Emerald City (19...
2004
the director of the animated feature film Alosha.
‘Alyosha’ series
the very short timeframe
(only a year) forced him
to write the script at the
same time as the film was
be...
2007
•	the Best Scenario Award at the 12th Open Russian Festival of Animated Film
•	the 3rd-best rating among the jury
•	n...
‘Lavatory Lovestory’
2003
another award-winning animation, 3D+live action

‘The God’ (2003)
The recipe for success is quite simple: if your film (no matter if
commercial or pure art) turn out interesting (sorry for...
Thank you for your attention!
Bibliography [ONLINE]
1.	Русская анимация: продолжение следует [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.animator.ru/articles/arti...
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  1. 1. Konstantin Bronzit a Russian animator and animation film director
  2. 2. Bronzit’s animation: • grotesque and sharp graphic language • funny paradoxes but always quite sentimental • intellectual jokes • perfect sence of rhytm and timing
  3. 3. USSR 1965 Born in in Leningrad, USSR 1988 - 1994 award-winning caricaturist 1988 first film, Merry-Go-Round or The Round-About (Карусель, Karusel), at an artist-animator at the animated film studio Lennauchfilm (Studio of Popular Science Films), which created educational animations.
  4. 4. 1992 V. Mukhina Leningrad Higher Art and Industrial Academy 1994 the “Higher Courses in Scriptwriting and Directing in Moscow” under the tutorship of Fyodor Khitruk
  5. 5. Fyodor Khitruk
  6. 6. ‘Bronzit does what Khitruk always did: they both use wit to sketch serious tales of better social existence’ David MacFadyen, University of California, Los Angeles (2005)
  7. 7. 1994–1995 an animator, scriptwriter and director of the award winning short films ‘Soother,’ ‘Switchcraft’ and ‘Tuk-Tuk’ ‘Tuk-Tuk’ (1993) ‘Soother’ (1994) ‘Switchcraft’(1995)
  8. 8. ...meanwhile in Russia
  9. 9. 1993-1995 a scriptwriter, director and animator at the Moscow Animation Studio “Pilot”, the first independent film studio in the post-Soviet Russia. ‘The Cat and the Fox’(2004) Later Bronzit’s contribution to The Mount of Gems, a collection of short-length animations after folktales of Russia’s peoples is the largest project in the history of Russian animation.
  10. 10. Alexander Tatarsky the founder of Studio “Pilot”
  11. 11. “Comrades, who are responsible for creating and showing such films!!! Understand that if you feed a child food which need not be chewed and which is too easily digested, his stomach will atrophy! And if you feed him primitive sham-cartoons which require no mental efforts, which revel in their lack of understanding of the true intellectual and emotional capacities of a little person, and lack a clear, identifiable artistic form, another very important organ could atrophy - the head.” “Making Animation”, Tatarskiy’s 1986 manifesto
  12. 12. 1998 lived and worked in France, where he completed his short film At the Ends of the Earth, which eventually gathering nearly 70 awards at various festivals including The César national film award ‘At the Ends of the Earth’
  13. 13. Since 1999 has worked at studio ‘Melnitsa’, where he served as art director in the projects Adventures in Emerald City (1999–2000) and Little Longnose (2003).
  14. 14. 2004 the director of the animated feature film Alosha.
  15. 15. ‘Alyosha’ series the very short timeframe (only a year) forced him to write the script at the same time as the film was being animated. The film was a success in Russia, and spawned another two films by different directors in the same vein.
  16. 16. 2007 • the Best Scenario Award at the 12th Open Russian Festival of Animated Film • the 3rd-best rating among the jury • nominated for an Oscar Academy Award for Animated Short Film in 2009 ‘beautifully observed humour, confidently drawn, subtle and with a sense of timing that is exquisite” Ian Lumsden at animationblog.org, 2009 ‘Lavatory Lovestory’
  17. 17. ‘Lavatory Lovestory’
  18. 18. 2003 another award-winning animation, 3D+live action ‘The God’ (2003)
  19. 19. The recipe for success is quite simple: if your film (no matter if commercial or pure art) turn out interesting (sorry for the corny word) - it would always be noticed. You don’t have to make your film specifically for the world community. It just does not need it. Konstantin Bronzit, CG Talk interview 2008
  20. 20. Thank you for your attention!
  21. 21. Bibliography [ONLINE] 1. Русская анимация: продолжение следует [ONLINE] Available at: http://www.animator.ru/articles/article. phtml?id=54. [Accessed 23 October 2013]. 2. Константин Бронзит: «…Когда авторское становится коммерческим» (2008) http://kinoart.ru/ archive/2005/08/n8-article19 3. Константин Бронзит о Шванкмайере, Диснее и отечественной школе анимации (TV interview 01/02/2013) http://hdzona.org/video/disneilend/multiplikator-konstantin-bronzit-o-shvankmaiere-disnee-iotechestvennoi-shkole-animacii.html 4. Константин Бронзит: «Тема войны для мультипликации очень сложна»Дарико Цулая (08.09.2013) http:// www.kinopoisk.ru/interview/2235146/ 5. CGTALK interview: Бронзит Константин [ONLINE] http://www.animator.ru/articles/article.phtml?id=126 6. Konstantin Bronzit at IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0111588/ 7. Konstantin Bronzit, Alesha Popovich and Tugarin the Serpent [Alesha Popovich i Tugarin Zmei] (2004) reviewed by David MacFadyen©2005 http://www.kinokultura.com/reviews/R7-05alesha.html 8. “Making Animation”, Tatarskiy’s 1986 manifesto http://niffiwan.livejournal.com/9422.html
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