"So well-written and acted you feel like you’re eavesdropping. A movie like this one wouldn’t work if the actors were anything less than inspired, and Lucas Near-Verbrugghe and Aaron Costa Ganis are both so good that by the end of the film they feel like new friends you’ve made. LAZY EYE is a small-scale movie, but there are far bigger dramas that don’t leave this kind of afterglow." -Owen Gleiberman, VARIETY

Passions reignite and hidden secrets revealed when a graphic designer in Los Angeles(Lucas Near-Verbrugghe) reconnects with an ex-lover (Aaron Costa Ganis) he hasn’t seen or heard from in 15 years. Over the course of a weekend at a vacation house in the desert, they must determine whether or not they have a future together. Written and directed by Emmy, Gotham, GLAAD and Independent Spirit Award-nominee Tim Kirkman (Dear Jesse, Loggerheads, The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me) and co-starring Michaela Watkins is about roads not taken, unfinished business, and the struggle to adjust to progressive lenses. Also featuring Renée Willett, Drew Barr, and Harrison Givens in supporting roles.

Shot in twelve days on location in Joshua Tree and Los Angeles, LAZY EYE, produced by Tim Kirkman and Todd Shotz, executive produced by John Ainsworth, Gill Holland, Zvi Howard Rosenman and Leesa Wagner, and co-executive produced by Kelly Woyan and Ian Reinhard. It was photographed by Gabe Mayhan and edited by Caitlin Dixon. The original score was composed by Steven Argila, costumes were designed by Wendy Chuck, and production designed by Frances Lynn Hernandez.