Written and directed by Tim Kirkman (LOGGERHEADS, DEAR JESSE, THE NIGHT LARRY KRAMER KISSED ME), LAZY EYE tells the story of two men who reconnect after fifteen years apart and spend a weekend at a house in the desert near Joshua Tree. Starring Lucas Near-Verbrugghe, Aaron Costa Ganis and Michaela Watkins. Produced by Todd Shotz and Tim Kirkman, executive produced by John Ainsworth, Gill Holland, Howard Rosenman and Leesa Wagner; Director of photography, Gabe Mayhan; edited by Caitlin Dixon; original score by Steven Argila; costumes designed by Wendy Chuck; production design by Frances Lynn Hernandez; and co-executive produced by Kelly Woyan and Ian Reinhard. Visit lazyeyemovie.com for more information.
Alienated from his conservative Jewish family and community, a promising, young, gay schoolteacher seeks solace in New York's barebacking scene. Official Selection: Palm Springs International ShortFest, Brooklyn Film Festival, Provincetown International Film Festival.
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