Isis King Makes Her Acting Debut in Hello Forever

Model Isis King can add acting to her resume as she makes her debut in Hello Forever, a film about hardships faced by four Filipina women and their journey to overcome poverty. In the film Isis, who was the first transgender woman to appear on the CW's America's Next Top Model, plays Rommy, a transgender Filipina woman.

Award-winning director Peter Kirk was visiting family in the Philippines and became interested in portraying struggling women’s roles in the nation.  The film approaches the subjects of poverty, corruption and single motherhood and shines a light on human trafficking and sexual exploitation.

To learn more about Hello Forever, click here to watch the trailer and head to the film’s Facebook and Twitter.

To help with the film's cost of post-production you can donate to its Kickstarter page!

And don’t forget to check out Isis’ latest national ad campaign where she models for an American Apparel Pride month campaign and shows off how proud she is to be an ally of the gay community.

You can also like Isis’ official Facebook page here.

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