The premiere for ‘Skin’ The documentary

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The premiere for ‘Skin’ The documentary movie produced by Beverly Naya, held yesterday evening, March 31, 2019, at Film House, Twin Waters Entertainment Center, the eagerly anticipated event, commenced with a bevy of celebrities striking poses on the red carpet before the official viewing of the Movie.
The event also hosted an array of notable personalities, dignitaries and celebrities from within the Entertainment industry and different works of life such as : Mo Abudu, Omotola Jola Ekeinde, Ireti Doyle, Hilda Dokubo, Ayoola Ayolola, Taiwo Ajayi Lycett, OAP Kaylah Oniwo, Christopher Miles and many others who came for the grand premiere of the Beverly Naya Produced movie.

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Also Partner Brands such as Moet and Chamdon, Nivea, Amstel Malta and Biccoms were visibly represented

Skin is a feature documentary and captures sceneries from the South West and South South part of Nigeria, the movie identifies the meaning of beauty in all shades of black. Beverly Naya goes on a journey to learn about contrasting perceptions of beauty. She speaks to school children, traders, artists, beauty entrepreneurs and sex workers. This narrative is interwoven by poignant personal accounts of individuals who have dealt with the pressure to conform to certain standards of beauty, revealing how colourism continues to shape the face of society in Nigeria. Beverly concludes her journey with a trip to her hometown exploring her rich cultural heritage with her mother and grandmother. Here we have three generations of beautiful black women who, through sheer hard work and self-love, have built useful businesses laying a solid legacy for her and many like her to build upon. “This [documentary] is not an anti-bleaching campaign” says Beverly Naya while speaking recently at the Joy hub in Lagos. Instead the documentary aims to inspire self-acceptance and self-love. It is about empowerment, not judgement.



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