Lucija Bužančić was born in Zagreb in 1989. In 2008, she started studying Art History and Archaeology at the Faculty of Social Sciences. She graduated in 2011, after which she enrolled in the master course in Art History. Simultaneously, she started studying Animation and New Media at the Academy of Fine Arts in Zagreb.
She graduated from the Faculty of Social Studies in 2014 and gained the master's title in Art History. In the same year, she started her master's course in Animated Film.
In 2015, took a semester abroad within the Erasmus+ programme at the Academy Jan Matejko in Krakow, Poland. In the same year she first took part in the festival of animated film Animafest in Zagreb, where an animated student trailer she worked on with her colleagues was screened.
In 2016 she worked on the animated documentary called Chriss the Swiss, while sometimes simultaneously working on the animated film Murder in the Cathedral.
In 2017 she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts with a master's degree in Animated film.