Nadine Ibrahim is a 25 year old filmmaker based in Nigeria. She has one goal – To tell compelling stories visually, imprinting her creative mark on each project she works on.

Coming from a multi-cultural background, she has an international outlook, which has provided her with a vast knowledge of culture and media representations. She thinks up unique ways to execute the simplest and most complex ideas.

Nadine has worked on a number of media projects including her Award winning Short ‘Through her eyes’ which tells the story of a young northern girl affected by terrorism in Nigeria. She also Produced and Directed ‘Tolu’ a short film about breaking gender stereotypes in Nigeria. She also directed the viral sensation ‘I am not corrupt’ which addresses the corruption in Nigeria.

Nadine Has been featured on a number of blogs and newspapers nationwide including, Guardian newspaper, TSN and was listed as one out of three young Nigerian filmmakers to look out for in Internationally acclaimed Film website Indiewire shadow and act.

Nadine’s latest project is ‘Marked’ the documentary.
‘Marked’ is a 20 minute documentary that explores the different cultures in Nigeria and their reasons behind scarification. Traveling through 20 states in Nigeria, we documented the reasons behind markings and how they intertwine with identity, Beauty and culture.

The documentary has a 3 part structure which will gain different perspectives into the topic of markings, highlighting key areas such as National Cohesion, cultural conflict, Self worth, cultural representation, health laws and many other current topics of discussion relating to the Marks.

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