Slava Ross was born in Siberia in 1966. While pursuing theatre studies in Novosibirsk, he also led a career as an actor with the Red Torch theatrical company. Slava joined the VGIK in 1999, where he directed two films: “And Summer Will Become” and “Myaso,” the latter of which earned him the prize for Best Directing at the 2003 Festival. To date, this film has won 19 prizes – the most recent being the Grand Prize at the Potencia Festival.
Slava Ross is now preparing the shooting of his new comedy: “Fat, Stupid Rabbit.”