Endangered Peace Productions
Film Making | Video Creation

Team

 
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Raphael Nash

Owner | Creative Director

Raphael Nash is an independent film & video producer, director, and adjunct professor at DePaul University. He received his MFA in Film & Media Arts from Temple University in 2011. While pursuing this degree, he worked as a film instructor for the non-profit, Digital Youth Network, where he worked closely with middle & high school students on the south-side of Chicago. Here, he helped to expose young people to film & television production, and mentored a select group into collegiate film programs. In 2012, he launched Endangered Peace, Inc., and would eventually bringing those same mentees with.

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Terrence Thompson

Writer | Director | Producer

Terrence Thompson is a 26-year old writer, filmmaker and educator raised on the Southside of Chicago. He credits his family’s home video camera and a digital media after-school program for nurturing his creative spirit at an early age. A stark advocate for civil and human rights, Terrence hopes to create work that de-colonizes Blackness while remaining inclusive to identities across race, gender and sexuality. His latest project, "Drive Slow" (produced by Free Spirit Media, Endangered Peace Productions and Runaway Train Productions) was an official pilot selection at the 2017 New York Television Festival. It won best Student Film at the 2017 Gary International Film Festival, and was also nominated for Best Screenplay at the 2017 Midwest Independent Film Awards. In addition to co-running Endangered Peace he is currently working on film sets across Chicago as a Script Supervisor, Production Assistant,  Assistant Director and Production Manager.

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Malcolm Harlan

Director of Photography | Photographer | Editor

Working as one third of the Endangered Peace Production team, Malcolm gained a foundation in video production though a digital media literacy program, Digital Youth Network, and studying Interactive Media at DePaul University. Since 2012, Malcolm has been passionately producing media content for commercial, corporate, and creative entities. Malcolm takes pride in being a lifelong learner of his favorite crafts - videography, photography, and design.