Arnaud Zajtman was correspondent for the BBC in Kenya and DR Congo for almost ten years (1998-2008). His reports are also published in "Le Monde", "Liberation" and "Le Soir". He received the Prix Bayeux War Correspondent in 2003 to a radio report about the massacre in Kisangani (DR Congo).
He has a Master of Arts in Radio, Goldsmiths College (University of London) and a License in Journalism from the University of Brussels.
Arnaud Zajtman co-directed with Marlene Rabaud, documentaries and reportages mainly in Africa.
Aside from their activity of documentary filmmakers, Marlene Rabaud (camera) and Arnaud Zajtman (sound) have already made several reports for all major international television channels, including BBC, France 24, TV5 and RTBF.
- "Meurtre à Kinshasa. Qui a tué Laurent-Désiré Kabila?" - Entre chien et loup (2011)
- "Kafka au Congo" - Eklektik Productions (2010)