EOB: teaser


By Katya on Sep 20, 2015 - 0 Comment / Gallery Updates

I’m absolutely speechless cause the new teaser for upcoming short film with Gillian Zinser is extremely interesting and awesome! Btw, she looks so naturally pretty in every scene so well it’s GORGEOUS!
+ I added captures from video to the photo gallery in best possible quality

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x494 | EOB: Teaser


Today is Women’s Equality Day, a day that commemorates the historical anniversary (August 26, 1920) of women’s suffrage in the United States.

On August 26, 1970, Betty Friedan and the National Organization For Women (NOW) organized a nationwide Women’s Strike for Equality. Fifty years after gaining the right to vote, women had yet to be granted equal opportunities in employment, education, and services such as twenty-four hour child-care centers. Many of these inequalities, unfortunately, still exist to this day.

Women have come a long way since 1920. And while there is still a ways to go, it’s our mission at Darling that women wouldn’t just see themselves as equals, but also individuals. That we wouldn’t just see barriers as obstacles to smash, but minds to engage, converse with and change for the better. Women of the 21st century should be free to express their femininity in a wide variety of forms, all with virtue, authenticity, beauty and love, pursuing justice at every opportunity along the way.

We’re sharing how you can do that, too, in 0:50 seconds – HERE. Ready to join us?

This Equality Day, let’s use our uniqueness to celebrate what we have in common.

If you, too, embody the Darling Mission, share this video and help us spread the word for all women.

Featuring Ingrid Nilsen, Estee Lalonde, Milena Mallory, Melissa Sonico, Megan Ferguson, Tess Mallory, Minka Kelly, Sasha Morfaw, Tracee Ellis Ross, Searcy Craighead and Gillian Zinser.

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x11 | Women’s Equality Day


As usual, the collection of personal pictures in the gallery is always updated and now more than 1000 images has been already added. Enjoy!

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x1322 | Personal


I have added newest personal videos with Gillian and her adorable Coyote into media center, be sure to check them.

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Gillian Zinser has recently been busy while filming in a short film and it will be ready in 2016. So far we can have high quality behind-the-scenes pictures. Aren’t she looks amazing?

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x11 | Behind The Scenes


The film marks the directorial debut of Dustin Hoffman’s son, Jake, and follows a struggling asthmatic on a road trip with his crush.

The film centers on Gus, who is suffocating in life both figuratively and literally because of his asthma attacks. Gus only sees hope in Ruby, a confident tattoo artist. The two take an impromptu trip out of the city in a stolen classic convertible, and Ruby warns him not to fall in love with her, but it’s easier said than done. “Asthma” stars Benedict Samuel and Krysten Ritter alongside Nick Nolte, Rosanna Arquette, Goran Visnjic, Dov Tiefenbach, Rene Ricard and Iggy Pop.

“Asthma” is set to be released on October 23.


Actor and photographer Gillian Zinser lets us in on the best places to eat, sleep and just be in Iceland. The accompanying images are a dreamlike account of her days there, filled with pink light and cool blue water and shot on 35mm film.

WHAT TO DO

  • The Icelandic Phallological Museum in Reykjavik
  • Spúútnik + Nostalgia second hand shops in Reykjavik
  • Drive into Landmannalaugar for a day hike and hot springs
  • Take a sunset boat tour around Jökulsárlón Glacier Lagoon
  • Do a glacier hike in the Skaftafell National Park
  • Thingvellir National Park
  • Most Epic Waterfalls: Gullfoss, Dettifoss, Seljalandsfoss, Skógafoss + Dynjandi
  • Hike up the Hverfjall crater
  • Go to the Reynisfjara black sand beach with jagged basalt columns
  • Find the secret cairn cave on the Dyrhólaey peninsula beach
  • Relax at the Mývatn nature baths at night
  • Take a sunset boat ride around the Mývatn Lake
  • Walk around the Hverir geothermal fields
  • Explore the Lofthellir ice cave
  • Hiking trails at Ásbyrgi
  • Akureyri geothermal pool
  • Hofsós geothermal pool
  • Drive through the West Fjords

WHERE TO STAY

  • Kex Hostel // Reykjavik
  • Lónkot Bucolic Resort // Skagafjörður
  • Dimmuborgir Guesthouse cottages // Mývatn
  • ION Luxury Adventure Hotel // Selfoss
  • (Also just bring a tent and camp everywhere and anywhere)

WHERE TO EAT

  • Gló Organic Cafe // Reykjavik
  • Vogafjós Cowshed Cafe // Mývatn
  • Pakkhús // Höfn
  • Tjöruhúsið // Ísafjörður

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x17 | Iceland by Gillian Zinser


Make sure to update your links! Gillian Zinser Network has a new domain

GILLIANZINSER.NET


I’ve added into the gallery captures from TV movie “Two Wrongs” with Gillian Zinser. If you don’t wanna see what happens, till you see the movie, don’t look at them!

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x2620 | Two Wrongs: Movie Captures


I added new high quality press stills with Gillian Zinser from TV movie “Two Wrongs”.

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x10 | Two Wrongs: Press Stills


Don’t forget to check out new photoshoot in high quality with Gillian Zinser. One of my absolute favourite pictures, she looks insanely good!

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x18 | Photoshoots: 035


If you’re looking for a a tropical paradise untouched by tourism, Little Corn will steal your heart. Always on the hunt for a new off-the-beaten-path adventure as far away as possible from swarms of tourists, commercial resorts, vacation rentals, cruise ships and raging night life, I fell madly in love with this nirvana nestled in the Caribbean Sea about 45 miles off the eastern shore of Nicaragua, and it’s one of the most special unspoiled gems I’ve ever been to. A main reason the island remains so unaffected by tourism is because it’s such a hassle to get to after two flights and then an hour-long, old, rickety, wooden Panga boat ride through unpredictably rough waters. There are no cars, no roads, no one even wears shoes on the island. The only way to get around is by boat, horse, or your own two bare feet. White sand secluded beaches, warm turquoise waters, postcard-perfect corral reefs, nightly live local music, daily fresh caught lobster, funky little rustic beachside backpacker cabañas, only a handful of local mom and pop run restaurants, and 750 of the warmest, beautiful natives you could ever meet make this island a true Caribbean best-kept-secret and the perfect place to completely unplug. By Gillian Zinser

Know before you go
There is hardly any access to the internet on the island, which is part of its greatest charm. Tranquilo Café and Café Desideri, however, do have wifi during select hours. And while most places run off of generators, there is still no electricity between 6am and 3pm so charge all of your electronics at night and be prepared to wake up when the fans shut off!

What to pack
Corrective Control Oil-Free Sunscreen SPF 30
iS Clinical Cleansing Complex
Aesop Protective Lip Balm SPF 30
Klorane Dry Shampoo
Tangle Teezer Compact Brush
Dr. Dennis Gross Alpha Beta Daily Face Peels
Olaplex Hair Perfector

Where to stay
Ensueños, Casa Iguana, Derek’s Place, Carlito’s Place, and Little Corn Beach & Bungalow.

Where to relax
Head to Karma Shack, a beautiful hidden gem in a garden behind Carlito’s Place that offers meditation, massage, and energy healing sessions.

Where to eat: Breakfast
Visit Casa Iguana for their legendary Coconut French Toast breakfast and best ocean views on the island.

Where to eat: lunch on the beach
Head to Sunset Shack Café on the beach for some fresh lobster ceviche and cold beer under the oldest almond tree on the island, then to Tranquilo Café Bar for their famous fish tacos and 2-for-1 cocktails.

Where to eat: cheap and chic
Try El Bosque for the best $4 lobster curry you’ve ever had.

Where to recharge
Check out Yemaya Island Hideaway & Spa for the best yoga classes and amazing fresh juices/smoothies.

Where to explore
Spend a day climbing the treehouse, lounging in hammocks, and playing on the swings that hang from the palms over the beachfront in front of Ensueños.

What to do after dark
Set in the woods just behind Tranquilo Café, Happy Hut plays the best live reggae on the island. The local’s joke is that you’re happy that night and “hut” (hurt) the next day.

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x20 | Halfway – On Set [pictures]


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Mushrooms, glacial lagoons, moss-covered lava, rainbows, rowdy volcanos, Dr. Seuss, Northern Lights, icebergs & wild horses.

Highly addicted to road trips, I went to Iceland last summer to drive the entire circumference of the island by its Ring Road. It’s almost an impossible travel experience to describe, which is why it’s a photographer’s wet dream. I’ve never experienced anywhere with such an ethereal, spiritual, dreamy, diverse landscape. I felt like I was tripping on mushrooms on a different planet at times. If you’re searching for an unforgettable, supernatural adventure riddled with glacial lagoons, geothermal hot springs, 20 hours of daylight, rowdy volcanos, epic hiking and camping, rainbows, breathtaking waterfalls, sunshine and hailstorms, all in the same ten minutes, this is the place. There are mountain colors you didn’t even know mountains came in, electric blue icebergs, wild horses, glacial ice caves, stunning fjords, rolling hills of moss-covered lava that looks like something Dr. Seuss dreamed up—and of course, the legendary Northern Lights.

(N) How do you take your coffee in Iceland?

(GZ) Black at sunrise.

(N) Most memorable experience in Iceland?

(GZ) Going out at sunset on a boat on Jökulsárlón, a glacial lagoon riddled with the most beautiful electric blue icebergs that are thousands of years old. And cracking a beer in the nature baths in Myvatn at night, staring up at the Northern Lights.

(N) What is the most important item you bring when you travel?

(GZ) My 35mm point and shoot camera

(N) Who is a role model/mentor in your life?

(GZ) I don’t really have one. Any interested applicants please apply. But my favorite photographers of the moment are: Alec Soth, Nan Goldin, Francesca Woodman, Diane Arbus, William Eggleston, Ryan McGinley, Jordan Sullivan, Max Doyle, James Nachtwey and Sebastio Salgado.

(N) Why do you make art?

(GZ) I’m not ever sure. I guess I take photographs to try and capture feelings and moments I wouldn’t know how to recall or share through words.

(N) What are you working on now?

(GZ) Shooting a short film called “End Of Babes” directed by wunderkid Jimmy Marble.

(N) Where are you going next?

(GZ) Cuba.

(N) What was the first thing you ate when you got back?

(GZ) Probably a burrito.

Gillian Zinser is an actress, photographer and professional wanderer living between Los Angeles and Brooklyn.


I have added in the gallery new high quality portait with Gillian Zinser and a few new outtakes from her old photoshoots. Be sure to check them out!

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x16 | Last additions – Photoshoots


If you guys haven’t noticed yet, the collection of personal pictures in the gallery now has more than 1000 images. Not to mention what you’ll find unseen pictures with Gillian, her coyote, with fans, etc and i’m usually updating album very often. Enjoy!

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I have added bunch of cute videos with Gillian and Coyote to the media center, check them out.

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Gillian Zinser has shared some of her photos and all of them is really cool, take a look.

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x234 | SHORT STORIES by GZ


Two Wrongs – starring Gillian Zinser

In-home nurse and single mother Sarah is confronted with a parent’s worst nightmare when her daughter is abducted. Now Sarah must do the unthinkable to save her.

Check out the movie trailer here and HD captures from it, also the movie poster into the gallery. The movie was shooting in Montreal, “Custody” was the original title.

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x1 | Two Wrongs: Posters and Covers
x42 | Two Wrongs: Trailer Captures


Actress Gillian Zinser attends the Alexa Chung for AG Los Angeles launch party at a private residence on January 22, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.

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x2 | Alexa Chung For AG Los Angeles Launch Party – 22 January 2015


Take a look at some behind the scenes pictures with Gillian Zinser from the set days of “Halfway” movie.

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x6 | Halfway – On Set [pictures]


Whether you are a filmmaker, or one of the Sundance programmers whose task it is to identify the films that make up a line-up, it is indeed the most wonderful, panic-filled and nerve racking time of the year. The 31st edition of the Sundance Film Festival kicks off on January 22nd with Park City and Salt Lake City playing host to some of the more innovative, thought-provoking narrative and non-fiction films of 2015. Last year, a Jenga tall order of 4,057 features and 8,161 shorts were submitted. Now let’s think about those numbers for a second.

Twenty years ago, Terry Zwigoff’s Crumb claimed the Grand Jury Prize Documentary award, Living in Oblivion‘s Tom DiCillo was honored with the Waldo Salt Screenwriting Award, and Edward Burns’ micro-budgeted The Brothers McMullen (there is a read-worthy, lively, eleventh hour account on how it was submitted to the fest in Ted Hope’s “Hope for Film”) won the Grand Jury Prize Dramatic prize. Engrained in the Sundance folklore is the ongoing blood, sweat and tears struggle of the American independent filmmaker, which also acts as a testament to the hard-working indie film community at large (shout out goes to the producers and technicians behind the camera). There is a method to the madness, and it’ll likely never change.

Prior to the exciting announcements that will be made in early December, last week I proposed four days worth of predictions, a total of 80 films (including 15 docu films) that have, in my opinion Sundance written all over them. Truth be told, some are expected longshots, there are the next to no-shots, some will land elsewhere and a good chunk will indeed be part of the line-up. Here is a batch of 30 other titles that we took a long, hard look at and finally didn’t include in our prediction profiles, but wouldn’t be surprised if a handful do trickle into one of the ten programmed sections.

  • Actress Marianna Palka saw her debut film Good Dick land at 2008 edition of the fest and she now appears to be back into creative mode with a pair of projects. The one we are zeroing in on is titled Worthy and stars Gillian Zinser, Jason Ritter, Lukas Haas.

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