The first African/Black film to debut in Aberdeen, Scotland – ‘Married But Living Single’ is an award winning Nollywood film which highlights the typical relationship, career and family centred issues that affect married couples.
The film event attracted the African/Black and wider communities in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Fife – being the first of its kind around these areas. Professionals, entrepreneurs, students including young, older people and people from other ethnic communities attended the event.
TRENDYPR hosted the awarding winning media veteran – Princess Deun (Arize!), Kiki Omeilli – the award winning and support Actress in the film and Teju Ibukunoluwa of FEMTEJ Kreations – an event management consultancy in London/England to this milestone event in Aberdeen, Scotland.
Photographs from the event further below.
Mike an entreprenuer is happily married to Kate who is the creative director of an advertising agency, she is so much engrossed with her carrer and winning the biggest brands for her company. Mike is diagnosed with cancer of the lungs in consequence of the smoking habit he had in his school days, he needs to go to India for surgery and the Doctor advised that his wife should take a leave and come with him to hasten the recuperating process, Kate agrees to go with her husband, but as they are about to travel, the biggest telecoms company in the middle east has just been licenced to operate in Nigeria, Kate’s company stands the chance to win the bid for their adverts, and they will not be able to do the bidding without the creative director. Kate is torn in between travelling to help her husband recuperate and winning the biggest account ever for her company.
Patrick is fond of of shouting down his wife Lola, they had a disagreement one night and their child witnessed the earlier part of the disagreement, where Patrick was a little bit violent on Lola. the next day, Lola is found dead on the bed, and their child testifies about her fathers violence the night earlier. all fingers point at Patrick as Lola’s killer. The mystery behind her demise must be unravelled.
Film Synopsis: INDELIBLE MARK MEDIA