|Henning Camre, since 1998 the Chief Executive of the Danish Film Institute|
|Henning Camre is educated from the University of Copenhagen and the National Film School of Denmark (Dip. in Cinematography).|
Camre has been Dir. of Photography (feature and documentary films), 1968-88; and Director of National Film School of Denmark, 1975-92. Principal & Chief Executive, National Film & Television School, U.K., 1992-97.
His Honorary offices are Chairman, Nordic Film Council, 1979-89; Danish State Film Studio, 1989-92; Centre International de Liaison des Ecoles de Cinéma et de Télévision: Member Exec. Council, 1980-86; Chairman, Programme for Developing Countries, 1982 - 2002; Vice-President 1986 - 2002; Honorary member, CILECT 2002; Chair, North by Northwest Media Programme 2000 -; Danish National UNESCO Commission, Chair Cultural Committee 1999 -.
His Foreign distinctions count the Chevalier de l’Ordre des Arts et des Lettres (France), 1990. And has been granted the award: Best Cinematography (’BODIL’) 1970 for Give God a Chance on Sundays.
Among his publications are: Bridging the Gap – Towards a Policy and Strategy for Film and Television Training in the Developing World, 1982; Film and Television Training in Indonesia, 1985; Asia-Pacific Film and Television Schools, 1991;
Camres Feasibility studies for UNESCO are Film and Television Training for Zimbabwe and the SADCC Countries 1987-91. Interregional exchange and co-production project for young communication professionals – Young Observers, 1991-95. Development Plan for a Southern African Film and Video Training Centre, Harare, Zimbabwe 2001-2002.