Inna Aleksandrovna Pshenichnaya (April 1, 1945) - Soviet and Russian animator, director, screenwriter, artist. Member of the Union of Cinematographers (1980), member of ASIFA (1978), member of the National Academy of Cinematographic Arts and Sciences of Russia (2002), Associate Professor at the Direction of Animation Films at VGIK. Honored Worker of Culture of the Russian Federation (2014). She graduated from the Kiev art school with a silver medal, courses of artists-animators and the Moscow Polygraphic Institute, art and graphics faculty in the specialty graphic artist (course professor Andrei Goncharov). She worked at film studios “Soyuzmultfilm”, “Kievnauchfilm” and “Multtelefilm” of the creative association “Ekran”. Director of the creative association "Telescope." Together with her husband, Anatoly Solin, she prepared creative personnel - she taught young artists to the art of animation. She participated in the creation of the first cartoon series for television. Illustrates books for children.