Both Kyle and Carlos have received many accolades for their work, beginning at the young ages of 12 and 8 respectively for their short film The Magic Hat (2010). Since then, they have continued to work and produce films and videos across multiple platforms including a series of award-winning documentaries featuring stories of veterans from all over the Central Coast. Their short film Korea Remembered (2013) was honored by the Department of Defense in 2013 as part of the Korean War 60th Anniversary Initiative.
More recently, Carlos directed the multi-award-winning short documentaries The Nine Lives of Harald Bauer (2016) and Becoming Rich (2018). Both films have screened at multiple film festivals and received multiple Best Student Film awards.
Currently, Kyle is finishing post production on his senior thesis film Sara (2019), a psychological thriller and one of their most ambitious projects to date.
Kyle Plummer is a graduate from Dixie State University with a Bachelor’s of Science in Communication with an emphasis in Digital Film. He has returned to California to pursue independent production work in both film and video production.
Carlos Plummer is a current student at Dixie State University studying for his Bachelor’s of Science in Digital Film.