Date of Birth: 17 Juni 1967

Birthplace: Paris, France

Citizenship: French

Languages: Fluent French, German, English, Italian. Functional Spanish

Pascal Capitolin is a sound designer and production audio recordist since 1995. He was born in France with a Caribbean background (Martinique / Guadeloupe). Since 2010 he has become a filmmaker himself, creating documentaries, as well as feature films. His work includes collaborations with well-known filmmakers such as Phillip Scheffner (Day of the Sparrow), Angelina Mackarone (The Look-Charlotte Rampling), US documentary filmmaker and Oscar winner Rob Epstein & Jeffrey Friedman (paragraph 175). The special thing about Pascal's work is that he nurtures the audio production from the first line of the scenario to the final sound mix.

Pascal's professional focus is on creative documentaries about culture, history and music. Many of Pascal's productions are internationally awarded and honored projects, including "Kinshasa Symphony" (2009); "Rythm is it!" (2003); "Trip to Asia" (2005); "Hotel Sahara" (2008); "In Berlin" (2009); "Revision" (2011).

From 2003 to 2005 Pascal studied Politics and Organization at the Fernuniversität Hagen. In 2010 he got a diploma as Peace Advisor at the Academy for Conflict Transformation in Bonn / Könnigswinter, Germany. Between 2011 and 2014 Pascal Capitolin lived in Burundi Central Africa. He led an EU project there as a Media Consultant and worked as project coordinator for film and media production for the Dutch NGO "La Benevolencija", which focuses on the Great Lakes region on the topic of conflict resolution. In 2014 he won the silver medal for his film "Rwagasore" at the "33rd International URTI Grand Prix for Author's Documentary". His scripted drama, "iMashoka", has already won several awards in numerous festivals. iMashoka is now shown throughout the region and serves as the basis for Reconciliation Debate. In July of 2015 Pascal returned to Germany has been actively involved in a large number of projects. Since 2018, he is senior lecturer for the Sound Department of the German TV and Movie Academy in Berlin (DFFB).