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Interviews Movies Smile Videos
Smile – Itw Gillian Zisner



Smile is a 2022 American supernatural horror film written and directed by Parker Finn in his feature film debut, based on his 2020 short film Laura Hasn’t Slept. The film stars Sosie Bacon, Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner, Caitlin Stasey, Kal Penn, and Rob Morgan. Smile had its world premiere at Fantastic Fest on September 22, 20.

In June 2020, Parker Finn was tapped by Paramount Pictures to write and direct a feature adaptation of his own short film Laura Hasn’t Slept, which saw a young woman seeking the help of her therapist desperate to rid herself of a recurring nightmare. Earlier in March that year, the short film won the Special Jury Recognition Prize for SXSW’s Midnight Short category. In September 2021, the film was announced under the title Something’s Wrong with Rose with Sosie Bacon cast as the titular character. Paramount Players and Temple Hill Entertainment had boarded the film to co-produce. The following month, Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner, Rob Morgan, Kal Penn, Judy Reyes, Gillian Zinser and Caitlin Stasey joined the cast. Principal photography began on October 11, 2021, in New Jersey, including in the city of Hoboken, and finished on November 24, 2021. Editing and post-production started on December 3, 2021, and lasted through the end of May 2022,when the film was simply retitled Smile.By the end of the month, Cristobal Tapia de Veer was attached to compose the film.

Smile is scheduled to be released in the United States on September 30, 2022, by Paramount Pictures.

Synopsis: After witnessing a bizarre, traumatic incident involving a patient, Dr. Rose Cotter starts experiencing frightening occurrences that she can’t explain. As an overwhelming terror begins taking over her life, Rose must confront her troubling past in order to survive and escape her horrifying new reality.

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The Journal Gallery Dinner

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Gillian Zinser attends The Journal Gallery Dinner: 100 TENNIS ELBOW EXHIBITIONS on May 20, 2022 in NYC.

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Palm Heights hosts Habibi Night

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Grand Cayman-based hotel Palm Heights has been supporting the Lebanese Food Bank since 2019, but thanks to an idea from founder Gabriella Khalil’s mom, a new Brooklyn soirée helps to raise further funds for the charity. The recent evening celebration featured a silent auction, performances by Sudanese artist Alsarah (of Alsarah and The Nubatones) and pioneering Lebanese performer Anya Kneez, and plenty of Egyptian and Lebanese cuisine. Among those in attendance were Susan Alexandra, Camille Becerra, Chloe Wise, Pierre Serrao and Jon Gray of Ghetto Gastro, Carly Mark, Brie Welch, Kennedy Yanko, Gillian Zinser, Noor Elkhaldi, Brianna Lance, Joe Holder, and many more.

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Movies News Smile Something’s Wrong with Rose
‘Something’s Wrong with Rose’
Paramount Players has rounded out the cast for horror Something’s Wrong with Rose.

Jessie T. Usher, Kyle Gallner and Kal Penn will join the previously announced Mare of Easttown actress Sosie Bacon. Rob Morgan, Judy Reyes, Caitlin Stasey and Gillian Zinser will also star in the movie from writer-director Parker Finn.

Bacon will play a psychiatrist who, after a bizarre and traumatic event involving a patient, begins to experience terrifying occurrences that only she can see, and grows increasingly convinced that she’s being pursued by a malevolent supernatural force.

The movie, which is based on Parker’s SXSW award-winning short film Laura Hasn’t Slept, will be produced by Temple Hill. Nathan Samdahl and Natalia Maymi will oversee the project for Paramount Players.
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Rising In Hollywood: Salvatore Ferragamo

Salvatore Ferragamo is proud to present Rising in Hollywood – a portfolio of four short films dedicated to showcasing the insights, emotions and ambitions of a new wave of female creatives and entrepreneurs. The campaign stars a diverse group of women; Sinead Bovell, Bonnie Chen, Cuba Tornado Scott, and Gillian Zinser. What they share is a common attraction to the creative gravity exerted by Hollywood; its openness, its possibilities, and its potential for the realization of dreams.

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Rising in Hollywood ft. Gillian Zinser



Salvatore Ferragamo presents Rising in Hollywood – a portfolio of four short films dedicated to showcasing the insights, emotions and ambitions of a new wave of female creatives and entrepreneurs. The campaign stars a diverse group of women; Sinead Bovell, Bonnie Chen, Cuba Tornado Scott, and Gillian Zinser. What they share is a common attraction to the creative gravity exerted by Hollywood; its openness, its possibilities, and its potential for the realisation of dreams.

Co-starring alongside Bovell, Chen, Scott and Zinser are two emerging forces in the Salvatore Ferragamo portfolio. The Ferragamo Pump is a reworked and modernised upgrade on a house classic, while the new Trifolio bag offers 21st-century versatility expressed via Ferragamo’s artisanal expertise. Both are intimately linked to the creative lineage that connects Salvatore Ferragamo back to its earliest incarnation as the “Shoemaker of Dreams”.

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“Stumptown”: HD captures added

Gillian Zinser has appeared as Coach Mary Jane ‘MJ’ Glenway in the new episode of the “Stumptown” called ‘Dex Education’. HD captures added to the photogallery, check them out!

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Two brand new outtakes with Gillian from her photoshoot has been added straight to the gallery, check them out.

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Ballers Gallery Updates Television
“Ballers”: HD captures added

Gillian Zinser has appeared as a guest star in the new episode “Ballers” called ‘Players Only’. HD captures added to the photogallery, check them out!

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Happy Birthday
Happy Birthday Gillian Zinser!

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From all of your fans around the world, including me – Happy Birthday, Gillian! Much love, health, success and happiness!! We want all of your dreams and goals to come true. And of course, good luck with your career and work you’re doing ♥

Happy Birthday, Gillian!

Interviews Lief News
Lief Signs Humanitarian Director Gillian Zinser

 

Director Gillian Zinser is bringing to London-based production company Lief a fresh and inspired voice in human-interest storytelling.

Lief is not just about the very established; its #NEWLIEF division is where founder Margo Mars and her team discover, introduce and build directing talent that have clarity. And the perspective of Zinser, a filmmaker, actress, activist and photographer with a background in humanitarian aid and journalism, is firmly fixed on the underdog.

Zinser’s directorial work marries a raw, intimate style with a focus on unique and fringe communities searching for acceptance. Her short films and advertisements aim to promote connection and empathy, explore and confront stereotypes, and broaden our understanding of beauty.

“We are very excited to have Gillian on board,” says Margo Mars. “Her curiosity and compassion shine light into hidden corners of our world, showing us that the exquisite can be found in unexpected places.”

Zinser has directed several short films, each one poignant. Among them are the docu-pieces “Kodak Presents: Nightlight” and “Get Off Your Damn Phone,” and the brilliant 8-minute “Whoever You Are” about a Vietnam vet who finds salvation in a stranger and in which Zinser plays the supporting role.

Her talent for capturing authenticity from her subjects and diffused, ethereal style has naturally led her into the commercial space, crafting work for clients such as Chanel, Bode, Datura, Araks, Dôen, Matches Fashion, Free People, and the XP Foundation.

Zinser’s artistic talent stretches to her career as an actress, most famously for playing Ivy Sullivan in The CW reboot of 90210. Says Zinser,

“Acting has given me such an incredible education and foundation for directing. It allows me to engage with my subjects in a far more personal way, knowing and appreciating the vulnerability it takes to be on their side.”

Given her travel and humanitarian work, Zinser’s current focus is creating documentary films that combat stereotypes, celebrate resilience and which deepen our understanding for one another. One such project focuses on liberation and bravery within the transgender community in Cuba, inspired by Adela Hernández, a trans woman who was elected to public office despite the systemic cultural repression of the LGBTQ+ community there.

On her first official signing with a production company, Zinser says,

“Mars has such incredible taste and a remarkable understanding of how and where to push this industry’s boundaries. I’m very grateful to have found a true creative partnership with the Lief team who are not only interested in supporting my projects, but also invested in challenging my process and cultivating my artistry in this early moment of my directing career.”

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Whoever You Are: Movie Captures

I have added into the gallery HD captures from short movie “Whoever You Are” with Gillian Zinser, make sure to check them out!

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Check in an updated collection with personal photos of Gillian Zinser – and there are more than 2000 images already + album keep growing.

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New STUNNING portrait with Gillian Zinser has been added to the gallery in highest quality.

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Chanel film

Gillian dropped a film project for Chanel.

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On January 07, Gillian Zinser stopped by Bideawee organization and spent some quality time with adoptable pups.

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“Blindspot”: HD captures added

Major surprise alert! Gillian Zinser has appeared as Eve in the new episode of the “Blindspot” called ‘Case: Sun, Moon, and the Truth’. HD captures added to the photogallery, check them out!

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Muse – Gillian Zinser

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Gillian Zinser has been called actor, photographer, director, activist, and traveler. Although, a more accurate word to describe her is artist. She is motivated through feeling(s), of which she has plenty. When she’s not wandering around the world, documenting her adventures (using film, of course), she splits her time between the city of Angels and the one that never sleeps. Oh, and you can add self-published to the list of words to describe her. She recently published a photography book titled Psychogenic Fugue. All print sales are donated to My Friend’s Place, homeless youth shelter in Hollywood.

What was your first “professional” gig?

It was a guest star role working with Bobby Cannavale and Sarah Paulson on a show called “Cupid.” I don’t even think my character had a name, I was just called ‘Beatnik Sexpot’ on the callsheet.

I had to urban dictionary “sexpot,” what a charming replacement for a character name. Moving on — we’ve established that you wear many hats: actor, photographer, director, etc. How do you do it all? And how do they all relate?

I think they’re all just different forms of the same need to express and create in order to make sense of things. Different feelings, experiences and stories call for different mediums …. Sometimes I find it easier to take photos of moments I can’t share with words and sometimes a static image can’t possibly convey the same thing that a moving picture can. Other times, it takes stepping out of my skin for a moment and into a character’s in order to share another experience.

And how did you get to a place where you are able to do all of these things you love so much?

I don’t know, I think we’re taught to pick one career and become the best at it but, I’ve always been so attracted to so many kinds of expressions that it never felt right to me to just try and stick to one thing. So I haven’t. I feel like the artists’ work is simply to help share and reflect the human experience and there’s a million ways to do that so, why create boundaries?

You split your time between L.A. and New York, is the West Coast really the best coast? What do you love and hate about both cities?

I love that California makes me slow down. And that New York doesn’t let me. What I don’t dig about L.A. is that there’s no seasonal change, which can slowly drive you crazy. But then again New York winters often get me daydreaming about that ocean, the mountains, road trips. So. Happy not to have to choose between the two.

You’re a bit of a wanderer. Where does your love for travel stem from? What does it do for you and your creative process?

I travel to keep myself awake, to keep curious, to learn about people, cultures, to better understand the human condition, to take me out of my ego and into the bigger picture. All of which only makes me a better creative/human.

I think it’s so important to not be afraid of letting go of the comfort, safety and stability in routine jobs and income—choosing the uncomfortable and unknown over the easy and expected. Not being afraid of being broke for a second. Or lost. Or having to start over again. To make it a priority to invest in experience, knowing that adventuring outside of your own little bubble can only make you better at whatever your work is.

We all need an outlet outside of our day to day to refuel, re-calibrate, inspire and keep us reaching. That’s what travel is for me.

You’re an advocate for film. For the non-photographers and filmmakers out there, what does film have that digital or smartphone cameras just don’t?

I love film for its fallibility and that it begs you to be thoughtful. With digital, you can just shoot a million frames and count on one being decent. But film is a much more meditative, precious form of creating. I also love that it doesn’t come with the instant gratification that we’re so used to.

What was the first camera you ever owned or shot with? What do you use now?

The Yashica T5 has always been my favorite but I also love the Canon AE and Olympus Stylus Epic for photos and my Canon Super 8 and Panasonic VHS camera for filming.

Was there an actor, director or photographer that has especially influenced you?

Oh, so many. Francesca Woodman, Éric Rohmer, Andrea Arnold, Agnès Varda, Chris Marker, Xavier Dolan, Mike Mills, Miranda July, Joe Swanberg, Robert Altman, Jacob Holdt, (William) Eggleston, Yasujirō Ozu, Sebastião Salgado, to name a few.

And as for your work, do you have any particular subjects you especially enjoy shooting and why?

I love trying to capture loose, fragmented portraits of places I travel.

You recently self-published Psychogenic Fugue. Tell us what the creative process was like. What does the title mean to you?

So a Psychogenic Fugue is defined as: a rare psychiatric disorder characterized by temporary amnesia for personal identity. The state can last days, months or longer and usually involves unplanned travel or wandering, and is sometimes accompanied by the establishment of a new identity — which, kinda sums up my 20’s (not in the literal sense of course). I feel like a lot of the photos I have taken up until now, were mostly I think, about escapism — running — not necessarily away from anything, just, the act of seeking, exploring, disappearing. The desperation and curiosity to let go of who you think you are and venturing into the unknown. So last year, I went through all the photos I had accumulated throughout the last decade and curated a little photo book of my favorites and that’s why I chose that title for the series.

If you could have dinner with anyone, dead or alive, who would it be and why? What would be on the menu?

Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. because he’s the best human to ever live. And I’d make handmade butternut squash ravioli. Or actually, maybe we’d just order in Thai. Less pressure.

What’s the one thing about you few people know?

I … speak french?

What do you like most about yourself? What do you like most in others?

I’m insatiably curious and never bored … honest … write a killer love letter … throw a mean dinner party.

As for others, same shit probably: humor, honesty, passion, curiosity, loyalty, thoughtfulness.

What motivates you in work or in life?

Feelings.

Share a guilty pleasure.

“New Girl”

What are you working on right now?

I’ve been writing a bunch of projects and am in preproduction for my next film I’m shooting end of this month.

Nice! Name three items in your closet most special to you.

I’m really not attached to much stuff anymore. I keep a stuffed animal named Binny in my closet that I’ve had since I was born though — does that count? He got moved there after a few too many people pointed out that it was like, pretty strange to sleep with a stuffed animal at my age…

Yes, Binny totally counts. And what advice would you give your younger self?

Start making things right now, don’t give a fuck and don’t stop and DON’T PLUCK YOUR EYEBROWS.

What’s something you do when no one is watching?

Have full-blown conversations with my dog.

What keeps you up at night?

The crazy state of the world. What I wanna make next. But mostly just my dog snoring which kinda sounds like a wheezing panda.

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Who is Gillian
Gillian Amalia Zinser is an American actress, known for her appearances as Ivy Sullivan in 90210. She attended New York University in New York City, NY. Prior to 90210, she appeared in Southland, Cold Case and Cupid. She played a recurring role in 90210 during the second season from 2009 to 2010, as a young Californian surfer named Ivy Sullivan. In February 2010, she was signed as a regular cast member for the third season of the show. In 2011 Zinser starred in her first feature, The Truth Below for MTV, and in Liars All with Matt Lanter. She grew up in Washington, D.C. and now resides in Venice, California.
Current Projects
Smile (2022)
Gillian as Holly
Director: Parker Finn
Status: Completed
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Holy New York (2018)
Gillian as Rose
Director: Sonya Goddy
Status: Completed
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Whoever You Are, (2017)
Gillian as Woman
Director: Gillian Zinser
Status: Completed
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Band Aid (2017)
Gillian as Sheena
Director: Zoe Lister-Jones
Status: Completed
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Halfway (2017)
Gillian as Eliza
Director: Ben Caird
Status: Completed
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End of Babes (2015)
Gillian as Elly
Director: Jimmy Marble
Status: Completed
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Two Wrongs (2015)
Gillian as Sarah Harris
Director: Tristan Dubois
Status: Completed
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Always Worthy (2015)
Gillian as Mara
Director: Marianna Palka
Status: Completed
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Asthma (2014)
Gillian as Kara
Director: Jake Hoffman
Status: Completed
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