Founder

Gleb Fetisov

A businessman, producer, scientist and philanthropist

Fetisov is PhD in Economics, a corresponding member of the Russian Academy of Sciences, Professor and a member of Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences of the Russian Federation. Fetisov is a member of Producers Guild of America (PGA).

Education

Gleb Fetisov is a graduate of Lomonosov Moscow State University, the Economics Department. He also completed the World Bank educational program in the USA.

Scope of Activities

Gleb Fetisov has been successfully engaged in entrepreneurial and investment activities for many years. At present he is a film producer and founder of Fetisov Illusion production company. He is famous for his internationally acclaimed film projects such as a Russian drama “Loveless” co-produced with Alexander Rodnyansky (Grand Prize 2017, London and Munich Festivals; Jury Prize 2017, Cannes Festival, Oscar nomination in 2018); "Chef" (2014) by Jon Favreau; "Some Like It Cold" (2014), a sports comedy directed by Evgeniy Nevskiy released at the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

Recently the world premiere of an international historical drama “Sobibor” took place in Warsaw. Fetisov acted as a general producer of the film. The drama was also shown at United Nations Headquarters in New York.

Fetisov Illusion was the General Sponsor and Guardian of the prestigious "Russian Booker Prize" in 2017.