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Terrance Smalls

Born Baltimore, MD 1989

Lost Kingsā€”The Series , Episodes 1 & 2

2018
Episodic HD Video
Runtime 22:20
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Synopsis

Lost Kings is a coming of age drama set in present-day Baltimore. The series focuses on the struggle of a young woman, Max, who loses her brother and finds herself thriving in arenas dominated by corrupt men. Lost Kings brings Baltimore culture to the forefront, while also highlighting and examining factors that contribute to psychological trauma.

Episode 1, “Too Much Reminiscing” Still mourning the loss of her brother, Dante (William “A.J.” James), Max (Lakeyria “Wheelie Queen” Doughty) encounters several old friends.

Episode 2, “Both Sides of the Sword” Detective Emmerson (Justin Moten) discovers the deal didn't go as he planned. Max (Lakeyria “Wheelie Queen” Doughty) sets out to make things right.

Production Credits

Written and Directed by Terrance Smalls, Jr.
Executive Producer: Michael R. Faulkner
Producers: Micaiah Jones, LaTonya Joyce, Jaia Thomas
Director of Photography: Kyle Deitz
Sound: Don Barto, Sr.
Editor: Andy Schwartz

Episode 1
Starring: Lakeyria “Wheelie Queen” Doughty
Featuring: Christian “Ying” White, Devin “Smoove” Jackson, Doug Goldman, Ejay McDonald, and William “A.J.” James

Episode 2
Starring: Lakeyria “Wheelie Queen” Doughty
Featuring: Micaiah Jones, Nino Crenshaw, Ramona Rideout, Marvin Johnson, and Justin Moten

Biography

Terrance Smalls, Jr. is a Baltimore Native who applies his creative vision through filmmaking. Inspired by the iconic Black filmmakers of the 1990s, he aims to create coming of age stories centered around the multifaceted reality of the Black experience. As a writer, director, and cinematographer Terrance is versed in various components of the filmmaking process, gaining his start initially though music videos for up-and-coming Baltimore artists, and later expanding to work with various organizations and corporations such as Red Bull, CBS, Atlantic Records, and Westbrook Productions. As a creative medium, Terrance sees film as a way to bring together polarized realms of the creative sector, and finds that its true power lies in the ability to create space for those who have not yet had the opportunity to showcase their talents, stories, and abilities.