- Top 10 Film Schools In Africa -

Nairobi film school

Nairobi Film School is a film school in Kenya that offers short and long courses to aspiring filmmakers. The school has a campus in Nairobi, where it also hosts workshops. It's one of the few schools on this list that offer both short and long courses. so if you're interested in pursuing your dream of becoming a filmmaker but aren't sure which path to take, this could be an option worth considering.

Nairobi Film School (NFS) is a member institution of the International Film School Association (IFSA), which means it's recognized as being among other reputable institutions around the world when it comes to training aspiring filmmakers like yourself.

Hala film school

Hala Film School is located in Ghana, one of the best film schools in Africa. The school is private and has been teaching film making since 2001. It teaches both students and professionals who want to learn about filmmaking through film production courses that are offered online or in person.

Afriart gallery

Afriart gallery is a hub for African art. Afriart gallery is located in Nairobi, Kenya and is the first of its kind in Kenya. The gallery showcases works from emerging and established artists from across Africa as well as international works that reflect on the continent's rich cultural heritage.

International School of Music and Film (ISOMA)

ISOMA is a film school in Accra, Ghana. It's a private institution and has a strong focus on industry-ready skills. ISOMA has an international reputation and its alumni network is very active in the industry.

AFSAC Film School, Accra, Ghana

AFSAC Film School is a film school in Accra, Ghana. It was established in 2005 by the filmmakers of AFSAC (The Association of Filmmakers and Artists of Africa). The school offers short courses, diploma and degree courses that cover all facets of filmmaking.

This includes a Production Course, in which students learn how to produce films as well as handle some basic camera operation and editing skills. They also get hands-on training on how to write scripts for motion pictures or documentaries; direct actors; edit footage; prepare audio recordings and use Adobe Creative Suite software like Photoshop or After Effects while they develop their own ideas into reality on the set.