Samuel Tilman graduated from Oxford and a doctorate in history from the University of Brussels.
As writer and director of theater, he co-wrote and directed two plays with Fabrizio Rongione, "A Genoux," Award Theatre 2003, then "On vit peu mais on meurt longtemps".
As director, he has just completed the feature documentary "Black Heart White Men" and the documentary serie "Kongo", which was a great success and an very important audience (more than one million viewers in Belgium). The series has already been sold in eight countries. His short film "A sleepless night", Magritte's 2011 short film, is still selected in festivals around the world (already about sixty selections in the festival, fifteen awards and five television sales).
As a screenwriter, he has co-wrote and produced "What Makes You Happy" by Joachim Lafosse.
Active as a producer since 2005, he produced a dozen short films in six years, a dozen documentaries and three feature films.
- 2012 - "Une part d'ombre", feature film in development
- 2011 - "Black heart, white men", documentary
- 2010 - "A sleepless night", short film fiction
- 2010 - "Kongo", documentary serie
- 2008 - "Voix de garage", short film fiction
- 2006 - "What makes you happy", feature film (co-writer)
- 2006 - "ANSS: an ordinary struggle", documentary
- 2004 - "Mfumu Matensi", documentary