April 23, 2014 Leave a comment
I’ve known Kyle Titterton for over 10 years after we met in the now defunct Bookworld stockroom in the Waverley Centre as part time work colleagues. We spent two years or so sharing Alan Partridge quotes and chatting movies. Kyle actually acted in my first ever film Bone Marrow back in 2004.
We have kept in touch over the years doing this and that but it was only last year that we collaborated again when Kyle joined my Edinburgh 48 Hour Film Project team and we made the short film, The Traveller.
It was so great to spend some proper time with Kyle again. When I was casting my feature film, I needed someone I trusted in a very important role. I met a couple of people but it just never felt right. My gut told me to call Kyle, so I did and he jumped on board. His performance was perfect and vindicated me ‘going with my gut’.
Kyle is an ambitious creative filmmaker who seems to always be making something different. He experiments and throws himself into everything and I am genuinely honored to call him a friend. His interview below is insightful and honest, but above all it’s entertaining, just like him, so go on, give it a read. Read more of this post