Konstantin Eduardovich Bronzit is a Russian animator and animation film director.
He is a graduate of the St. Petersburg Repin Institute of Fine Art in 1983. He worked as an artist-animator at the animated film studio Lennauchfilm, which created educational animations. It was there that he completed his first film, Merry-Go-Round or The Round-About, in 1988.
In 1992, he graduated from the V. Mukhina Leningrad Higher Art and Industrial Academy and in 1994 from the "Higher Courses in Scriptwriting and Directing in Moscow" under the tutorship of Fyodor Khitruk.
From 1993-1995 he worked as a scriptwriter, director and animator at the Moscow Animation Studio "Pilot", where he created several short films. From 1996-1999 he worked at the studio Pozitiv TV. In 1999 he completed his short film At the Ends of the Earth, which was aggressively pushed around the film festival circuit by the French distributor Folimage, eventually gathering nearly 70 awards.
Since 1999 he has worked at Melnitsa Animation Studio, where he served as art director in the projects Adventures in Emerald City and Little Longnose.