Marc-Henri Wajnberg studied cinema at the INSAS, Brussels. He’s a writer, director, actor and producer.
His productions are eclectic: in total, he produced 3000 very short films – including the very famous collection of Claps, broadcast internationally.
His short film Le Réveil (The Alarm Clock) with Jean-Claude Dreyfus was awarded at Cannes and received 22 international prizes. He directed and produced many documentaries including Oscar Niemeyer, an architect committed to his century, which was awarded in several international festivals. He coproduced a film by Lars Von Trier: The Five Obstructions and directed two feature films; Just Friends and Kinshasa Kids (selected in Venice, Toronto, Busan, New York…).
The world premiere of his first virtual reality film, Kinshasa Now, took place at the Mostra di Venezia 2020. He is currently finishing a feature documentary Chancelvie and developing new projects.
Interactive Virtual Reality film
8 festivals (Venice, FIPADOC, Ji.hlava, Popoli, …) Grand Prize – 360 Film Festival (Paris)
60 festivals (Venice, Toronto, New York, …) – 8 awards including the Human Rights Award
THE 5 OBSTRUCTIONS
As co-producer – docu-drama by Lars Von trier and Jorgen Leth
120 festivals and 4 awards
OSCAR NIEMEYER, AN ARCHITECT COMMITTED TO HIS CENTURY
20 festivals (Popoli, Hong Kong, Montreal, …)
13 awards including the award for best documentary at the Sydney Film Festival
EVGUENI KHALDEI, PHOTOGRAPHER UNDER STALIN
14 festivals (Taiwan, Toronto, IDFA, New-York, …) – 5 awards including the MEDIA award for equality and tolerance
19 festivals (Cannes, Capalbio, Palm Spring, …) – 22 awards including the Rail d’Or – Semaine de la Critique, Cannes Festival
Music composed and interpreted by Michel Herr and Archie Shepp
34 festivals (Finland, Montreal, Jerusalem, Naples, …) – 13 awards
* selected to represent Belgium at the Oscars (Hollywood 1994)
Series – 365×50”
Broadcast daily for several years in 25 countries
Series – 40×20”
Broadcast in more than 40 countries
Series – 1200×8”
Broadcast daily for several years in 50 countries – 5 awards