Tim Pyle

Template:Infobox filmmaker Tim Pyle (born 23 October 1969) is a filmmaker based in Southern California. He currently produces a number of animations for NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope, and is a principal in an independent production company, Hogofilm.

With Hogofilm, Pyle wrote and directed a 2007 feature titled Decaying Orbit (film), which was nominated for Best Feature Film at the 2007 Terror Film Festival, and won Best Science Fiction Actress (├ůsa Wallander) at the 2007 ShockerFest International Film Festival, where it was also nominated for Best Science Fiction Film and Best Sci-Fi Actor (Andy Allen).

As part of NASA's Spitzer Science Center, Pyle writes and directs a number of video podcasts, including Robot Astronomy Talk Show and Spaceship Spitzer, and the award-winning short M51 and Gizmo.

Previously, Pyle worked for 10 years as an animator in the visual effects industry. He worked on the Academy Award nominated Jimmy Neutron, Emmy nominated series Starship Troopers: the Series, and the Emmy-winning Children of Dune. He has won two Aegis Awards, a Telly Award, a CINE Golden Eagle, and a 2006 NASA award for producing CG animation.

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