A new film discussing the challenges of the transgender community is making its way through Hollywood. My Transparent Life explores the lives of two transgender people through their various stages of transition and tries to answer the question: Is being transgender a choice or are transgender people really born in the wrong body?
The film stars social media influencers Jesse Sullivan and Francesca Farago, celebrity hairstylist Stassi Kihm, and Hollywood wedding planner Briannah Jayde. The film was written and executive produced by Elysium Media’ Serena de Comarmondand filmed and directed by Miko Allyn. Other producers on the film included Gabriela Ono, Evan Jenkins, Vito Glazers and showrunner Marisa Lloreda.
Westwood’s Landmark Theater has hosted many legendary premieres, and this one was no different. Videographers and paparazzi lined the one way street and crowded the entrance of the theater for a chance to get coveted photos and interviews with the film’s stars. Over 200 celebrities, influencers and members of the media attended the exclusive screening which was completely sold out.
Among those documented to have walked the red carpet that night were the film’s stars Jesse Sullivan and Francesco Farago. Real Housewives of OC star Braunwyn Windham-Burk, musician Rachele Royale, comedian Torry Hermann, and many other notable attendees. The official public relations support for the night was provided by Riot Media Group. The live red carpet was produced by Glazers Media.
The event was fully packed and some guests even stood in the aisles because every seat in the theater was taken. Some brands that sponsored the red carpet were Flux, beverage company Monaco, Spudsy, Mountain Smokes and Mercedes Benz.
My Transparent Life is being distributed by 1091 Films and is available on Amazon Prime, Apple TV, Google Play, and several other major platforms. To stream the film, visit https://geni.us/MyTransparentLife
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