/ About Me
A Los Angeles-based producer, storyteller and filmmaker, Nasir Kenneth Ferebee earned a film degree from Temple University in Philadelphia, PA, where he graduated cum laude. After graduation, Nasir relocated to New York City and climbed the ranks from intern to producer at various media companies including VH1, The Oprah Winfrey Network (OWN), Bravo, MTV, Lifetime, and BET.
In 2014, his passion for cinema led him to Hollywood. Since then, Nasir has amassed dozens of film producing credits, including the award-winning 90 Days starring Teyonah Parris which won the Audience Choice Award at the Diversity in Cannes Showcase. To date, the film has screened in over thirty film festivals internationally. His short films Black Boy Joy and Burden are currently on the film festival circuit.
A 2019 Film Independent Project Involve Producer Fellow, Nasir is a production manager at Complex Media overseeing projects for Complex News and First We Feast. He is attached to his first feature length movie Give the Drummer Some, a period film about an all female go-go band during the height of the crack epidemic in Southeast D.C.