Lazy Eye

Dean, a graphic designer in Los Angeles, can’t seem to find his focus. A stylish, fit, urban gay man, Dean learns a recent change in his vision requires a significant change in his eyeglass prescription. When Alex, an ex-lover he has not seen in fifteen years, emails Dean one night, a buried dissatisfaction with his life begins […]


Rattled by sudden unemployment, a Manhattan couple surveys alternative living options, ultimately deciding to experiment with living on a rural commune where free love rules.

And Punching the Clown

Comedian-songwriter Henry Phillips (Henry Phillips) is lured to LA by renowned TV producer Jay Warren (J.K. Simmons), who hopes to create a television series about the life of a struggling performer. With the support of his longtime musician friend Jillian (Tig Notaro), and his well-meaning, but subpar, manager Ellen Pinsky (Ellen Ratner), Henry endures the ups and downs of LA; securing what appears to be the Hollywood dream. But when a major TV network gets involved with the show, Henry must decide whether his legacy will be to make jokes, or become the butt of them.