From the Director

We are under the Ministry Of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs.

Kenya Film School is the only talent focused Film School not only in East and Central Africa but also North of the River Limpompo. Situated in a quiet serene environment within the majestic yet inviting Kasarani Sports Stadium along Nairobi Thika Superhighway, and with picturesque natural filming backdrops, Kenya Film School is a talent oriented, hands-on National Film School.

Kenya Film School provides an opportunity to nurture talent and train filmmakers of high professional competence in the areas of technical and artistic direction, production, sound and script editing within a holistic concept of film work.

To date the school has had five intakes from June 2016. It is imperative to note that 80% of our graduates have either been employed or are self-employed. The school has state of the art facilities which include; modern cameras, grips, editing suites and sound equipment. Our facilities are among the very best in Africa. And worldwide! Our student to equipment ratio is 3:1.

Welcome to Kenya Film School!

We invite you to come and train with the best!

Kibaara Kaugi

Why choose us

Our courses incorporates technology to meet the demands of the current job market and anticipated continued influence of the digital age in the film industry. In addition one will be able to acquire;

  • Communication Skills and Entrepreneurship
  • Photography and Film History Knowledge
  • Computer Skills and Application

Film and entertainment is a growing industry with a lot of potential to create job opportunities for the youth. And Kenya Film School graduates are in high demand in the industry. Current TV Shows such as KINA, Maisha Ni Health, SALEM and various programs by Eugene Mbugua’s Documentary and Reality TV company among others production companies have Kenya Film School graduates as key personnel.

We train with and for the industry. Our courses are deliberately designed to meet the current job market and the anticipated likely growth curve due to the anticipated continued influence of the Digital Age in the Film Industry.

Kenya Film School has State of the Art facilities.