As I prepared for the Days of the Dead convention in Indianapolis, Movie-Maker Jerry Pyle was one of the first celebrity guests I approached about an interview. Pyle responded quickly, positively and enthusiastically. I couldn't ask for more heading into the convention. I am happy to say that meeting him did not disappoint.
Pyle is a writer, director, producer and more. At Days, he was promoting Service, a short which is sort of a home invasion story. I'll let him tell you about it in the interview below, but I must say it has me very intrigued. His enthusiasm for the project was palpable and contagious.
I love meeting people like Pyle and learning about projects like Service. As always, I first credit the individual, but I also credit Days of the Dead for bringing in such people. This is what I love so much about covering Days.
Like most of the celebrity guests, Pyle was very busy. That did not prevent him from giving us a few minutes of his time. The result was a fun, informative interview, one that I really enjoyed. It's interviews like this, with people like Pyle, that really make me want to learn more about the subject.
Fortunately for me, Pyle made learning even easier by giving me a copy of Service. Again, this is something above and beyond. Pyle believes in his project and wanted me to see it. What if I didn't like it? If you believe in your product, that is not a question. (As a matter of fact, I just watched Service and I loved it, but I will discuss that further in the near future.)
For now, please enjoy the interview with Pyle. Head over to his various links and learn more about him and his projects. You will become hooked just like I did.
Thank you to Pyle for his time and consideration. Thanks, also, for the copy of Service. I hope to see Pyle again at other cons and hope he appears here again sometime.