Anatoly Ivanovich Solin (April 21, 1939, Moscow - July 23, 2014, ibid.) - Soviet and Russian film director and cartoonist of children's books. Chairman of the trade union of cultural workers of the creative association "Soyuztelefilm" of the USSR State Television and Radio Committee (1989-1993), member of the Cinematographers Union (1977), member of ASIFA (1978), winner of the Golden Eagle award (2002), associate professor at the Direction of Animation Films at VGIK. Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation (2014). In 1961 he graduated from the two-year courses of animators from the studio Soyuzmultfilm. In 1975 he graduated from the graphic arts department with a degree in graphic arts on the course of Professor Goncharov of the Moscow Polygraphic Institute. In 1959–1995 he worked as an artist-animator, then as a production director at the Soyuzmultfilm studios, Kievnauchfilm, Multtelefilm, and the Ekran creative association. For the first time as a director shot four commercials for Vneshtorg of the USSR in 1968 at the Kievnauchfilm studio. He was a teacher in the courses of animators in Kiev and Moscow, as well as the artistic director of the creative association "Telescope". One of the creators of the first animated series for television. Together with his wife Inna Aleksandrovna Pshenichna, they supervised a workshop at the department of directing animated films at VGIK. He was buried at the Shcherbinsky cemetery (section 2).