Nicholas Suárez Pástor is a documentary filmmaker and lawyer based in Berlin. He has been involved in human rights projects with local governments, civil society, and international organizations in Ecuador, Bolivia, the USA, and Germany. After working as a video producer for an international news organization in Washington D.C., he moved to Berlin for pursuing a Master in Arts in Documentary Filmmaking. His work focuses on access to truth as a means for achieving justice, especially after gross human rights violations. In this sense, he is convinced that documentary filmmaking can contribute to the construction of historical memory, justice, and long-lasting peace.
You can watch his most recent documentary about selective memory and public places here.