Gleb Fetisov is a producer, businessman, scientist and philanthropist.
He is a member of Producers Guild of America (PGA). Fetisov has a PhD in Economics.
Gleb Fetisov is a graduate of the Economics Department at Lomonosov Moscow State University. He also completed the World Bank educational program in the USA.
Gleb Fetisov has been successfully engaged in entrepreneurial and investment activities for many years. Currently, he is involved in numerous international projects in the agricultural and food industries.
He is famous for his internationally acclaimed film projects such as the drama Loveless (Grand Prize 2017, London and Munich Festivals; Jury Prize 2017, Cannes Festival, Oscar nomination in 2018) and Chef (2014) by Jon Favreau.
In 2018 the world premiere of the international historical drama “Sobibor” took place in Warsaw and “Sobibor” was selected for Oscar in the Best Foreign Language Film category. Fetisov acted as the general producer of the film. The drama was also shown at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.
Among Gleb Fetisov’s recent producing credits are the following: Long Day’s Journey into Night based on the eponymous play by Eugene O’Neill, starring Jessica Lange, Ed Harris and Ben Foster (to be released in 2024), and The Piper (2022), a film based on the medieval legend of the Pied Piper, starring Liz Hurley.
Since 2020, Gleb has been living and working in Cyprus.
He is also a film producer and founder of the Fetisoff Illusion-Europe LTD (Cyprus) and Fetisoff Illusion LLC (USA).