May 5, 2013 8:16 PM by Lindsay MacLeod, KSBY News

Cambria teen headed to Washington D.C. for film festival

A Cambria teenager is headed to the nation's capital this week for his documentary on the Korean War.

16-year-old Kyle Plummer is presenting his short documentary, "Korea Remembered," at the GI Film Festival in Washington D.C.

Plummer is one of five winners of the "Heroes Remembered: Voices of Korean War Veterans" film contest.

Plummer was able to contact Korean War veterans and their families through the American Legion Post.

Plummer's younger brother is also a film-maker and helped him put this one together.

"My brother and I are interested in film, and I've been interested in film since I was very young, and it's what I want to do when I grow up," said Kyle Plummer, the film-maker.

"It's a lot of fun working together to make these films that we do," said Carlos Plummer, Kyle's brother.

Plummer is set to leave for Washington D.C. Monday.



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