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Tim Kirkman & Banjo discuss LAZY EYE



Tim Kirkman's first feature film, the personal diary documentary "Dear Jesse," received Gotham, GLAAD, and Independent Spirit Award nominations, was named Best Documentary of the Year in 1997 by the Boston Society of Film Critics, won the Audience Award at Frameline, and screened in film festivals all over the world. After "Dear Jesse" debuted on the HBO/Cinemax Reel Life series, Tim was nominated for an Emmy Award for Nonfiction Writing. His second directorial effort was a film of David Drake's "The Night Larry Kramer Kissed Me." He wrote and directed his third feature, "Loggerheads", which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2005, and stars Tess Harper, Chris Sarandon, Michael Kelly, Bonnie Hunt, Robin Weigert, Michael Learned and Kip Pardue.

"Loggerheads" won the Grand Jury Prize at Outfest, audience awards at the Florida and Nashville Film Festivals, and the top screenwriting prize at the Madrid International LGBT Film Festival. His most recent project, "Lazy Eye," which he wrote, directed, and produced (with Todd Shotz), is set to open Nov 11th
For showtimes check:
http://lazyeyemovie.com/watch-it/

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