Died the famous Soviet Director Konstantin Bromberg.
He died in Detroit in United States at the age of 80 years. This was announced on his page on Facebook Director and screenwriter, Michael Idov, whose parents knew of Bromberg, reports the Chronicle.info with reference on the Facts.
“Two days ago in Detroit died the Director Konstantin Bromberg, Director of the Soviet mega hit “Magicians” and “the adventures of electronics”, he said.
We will remind, Konstantin Bromberg was born in Kharkov on 17 October 1939. He was the correspondent of press Agency “Novosti”, worked as a Director on the Vorkuta television Studio. In 1965 he graduated from the screenwriting faculty of VGIK in Moscow. His first film — short film “Long day Kolka Pavlyukova” (1968). Later she worked “was a real trumpet player” (1973) and “I Have a lion” (1975), several editions of “Yeralash”.
Widespread fame he brought the film “the adventures of electronics” (1980) and “Magicians” (1982), who look for several generations. After moving to the US, the Director made films.