Nadine Ibrahim, highly acclaimed Filmmaker, is reportedly putting finishing touches to a new and intriguing cultural project based on the origin and reasons for tribal markings in traditional Nigerian societies, an ancient but recurrent practice.

“Over the past 2 years, my team and I have been working on the most intriguing documentary, A journey that took us all around Nigeria and introduced us to so much culture and diversity. – #markedthedoc is a documentary that explores the reasons behind scarification in Nigeria and how they intertwine with beauty, Identity and Spirituality,” the Filmmaker shared.

The documentary which is set for release in the coming months is titled – ‘Marked’ . The project is directed and produced by Nadine Ibrahim with Ishaya Bako as associate producer.

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Over the past 2 years, my team and I have been working on the most intriguing documentary, A journey that took us all around Nigeria and introduced us to so much culture and diversity. – #markedthedoc is a Documentry that explores the reasons behind scarification in Nigeria and how they intertwine with beauty, Identity and Spirituality. More Information coming soon. Director & Producer : @nadineibrahimfilms Associate Producer : @ishayabako Cinematography: @ibidunnioladayo Editor : @taiyeshittu sounds design : @rekricketts production manager : @real_ibrahimdaddy photographers @dr_khalidz @victoradewale_ . . . . . . #nigeria #documentary #photography #films #africa #culture #identity #beauty #nollywood #repost #festivals #comingsoon

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