Vladislav Ketkovich is a film producer based in Moscow, Russia. In 2000, he founded the now well-established film production company Etnofund, supporting not only the Russian documentary landscape, but also international productions coming to Russia and ex-Soviet countries to shoot. Since 2010 his film company has produced over 20 documentaries both independently and internationally with the USA, Germany, France, Norway, Czech Republic, Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Poland and Austria. These films were shown on TV channels ARTE / ZDF, MDR, Lion Capitale TV, Czech Television and others, and became participants and winners at film festivals such as CPH: DOX, HotDocs, Krakow IFF, DokLeipzig, GoEast IFF, Dok.fest München, DocAviv IFF, ArtDocFest, Shanghai IFF, and more. He graduated from a number of European production seminars, including EAVE and Ex Oriente Film Workshop. His film, Town of Glory, directed by Dmitry Bogolyubov, received a main East Doc Platform award in 2017. The film came to be part of the East Silver Caravan catalogue and received numerous awards over the festival circuit. His most recent film, Life for Ivanna, premiered at CPH DOX and received the Grand-Prix in the Documentary competition at Zurich Film Festival.