Mike Kuhlman has been making films and videos since the tender age of 10, and is well-versed in the magic of image, sound and editing. After carving out a successful niche in the family event industry, he directed, photographed, edited and designed sound for "Can Hear the Yankee Drums", a short film on the Civil War that was shown on the big screen opening night at the BeOut! Digital Film Festival in Raleigh Studios, Los Angeles, CA in 2003. He has directed young people in scenes for Showtime, an annual event hosted by the Performing Arts Academy in Coral Springs, has operated camera in various civic events for the City of Coral Springs and has captured stage productions for Broward Center of the Performing Arts and Broward Dance Academy.
Name: Mike Kuhlman
Lives in: Pompano Beach, Florida
Company: Kuhlman Productions
Occupation: Author, Camera Operator, Cinematographer, Crew, Director, Director of Photography, Editor, Field Recordist, Filmmaker, Narrator, Photographer (Still), Sound Designer, Sound Editor, Sound Mixer, Teleprompter, Videographer, Voice Actor and Voice Artist
Unique traits: Unique ability to work within a team and yet shine in my own talents.
Echoes of Valor
Film (short) by Screenline Partners Historical Showcase/Director Director/Cinematographer/Editor/Sound Designer Echoes of Valor (a longer version of Can Hear the Yankee Drums, is a treatise on being a soldier in the American Civil War. Told through images, sounds and music captured at live reenactments, it chronicles the soldier's experience, from long forced marches, the loneliness and yet camaraderie of camp life, to the cataclysm of battle, resulting in the final measure of devotion.
Florida Atlantic University