Los Angeles, Dec 29 : Reality TV star Caitlyn Jenner is leading the first-ever Oscar campaign for a trans actress with Mya Taylor’s supporting role in Sean Baker’s indie drama “Tangerine”. The Olympic medalist, 66, will host a special screening of the film, which already landed Taylor a Gotham Award for breakthrough actor-actress. She’s also nominated for best supporting actress at the Independent Spirit Awards, said the Hollywood Reporter. (Read: Caitlyn Jenner to campaign for transgender film) Also Read - Oscar-Winning Legendary Hollywood Actor Christopher Plummer Dies at 91

The Magnolia Pictures event, which will be held at Los Angeles’ Landmark theater on January 4, will include a post-screening reception with appearances by Jenner, Taylor, executive producers Mark and Jay Duplass and Baker. Known for spotlighting the lives of marginal characters, Baker’s “Tangerine” which was shot entirely with mobile phone cameras and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January follows the LA-based Christmas Eve adventure of trans sex worker Sin-Dee (Kiki Kitana Rodriguez) and her best friend and fellow prostitute Alexandra (Taylor) as they set out to confront Sin-Dee’s cheating pimp boyfriend and his new love interest. Also Read - After AR Rahman's 'Bollywood-Gang' Statement, Resul Pookutty Explains How Industry Shuns You Once You Win an Oscar Award

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