Konstantin Plevnes was born on 04 May 1982 in Skopje, Macedonia. From 1988, at the age of 6, he lived in Paris, France, where he completed all his studies. He completed his basic studies at the European College "Pierre Alviset". In 2000, he finished the middle school at the High School of Audiovisual and Performing Arts "Rodin". From 2000 he started film studies at the University "Denis Diderot", then he specialized in the European Film Academy in Brussels. In the period 2005-2006, he specialized in the history of documentary film at the Japanese Film Institute in Tokyo. In the period 2007/2008, he was included in the international multimedia project "The Little Prince of Saint-Exupéry" at Boston University in the USA. In 2009, Konstantin Plevnes organised a workshop at FAMU Prague - "Faction and Fiction", based on his research during the making of his films "Planeta Bair" and "Forgotten", opposite Luis Bunuel's films "Prêtez sans pain" and "Oublié". This is one of the major subjects of his theoretical research. In 2011, he graduated in film directing at ESRA Bretagne and in 2012 he completed his Master's studies at the University of Audiovisual Arts ESRA Paris-Skopje-New York. Since 2015 he has been a lecturer at the University of Audiovisual Arts in Skopje. He received the "Grand Prix Art Amfora" at the International Film Festival, Varna Bulgaria in 2015. In 2016, he directed the first multimedia poetic theatre choreographic adaptation of Petre M. Andreevski's classic masterpiece, Denicija, in the National Theatre Dramski in Skopje. In 2019, he directs the only documentary film dedicated to Vladimir Georgievski, the famous Macedonian Painter, before his death.