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Kings School of Media is a 2 year Christian Film School based in Jerusalem, Israel. The vision of the school is to train up our students to be salt and light in the entertainment industry and professionals in ministry. Our goal is to equip them not only with the tools of Film and Media, but, through discipleship, to build a foundation in their faith and a spiritual focus to the gifting that God has planted.

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Hands on Training

At Kings School of Media, you are not only a student learning theory, but you are a part of a real world professional production company, daily putting into practice what you have been learning. You will be working on Films, Live and Broadcast TV, and building a production reel with projects published around the world!Learn More


KSM is built on the teachings of Yeshua and is dedicated to training up believers to be able to stand under the pressures of the Entertainment Industry, to maintain their faith, and to produce quality media. From Discipleship Training to Worship and Prayer Watches, KSM students are challenged to grow in their walk with God.Learn More


Located in the heart of Israel in Jerusalem City Center next to the Jewish open market, you are surrounded by rich middle eastern culture 24/7. You will be writing stories and shooting videos in the same location where the greatest story ever told took place. We believe that there needs to be a relevant voice in media here in Jerusalem, where the Word of God comes again from Jerusalem to the ends of the earth.Learn More

Trained by Pros

The staff of Kings School of Media are trained professionals with credits in broadcast and film production, and we haven\’t stopped moving forward. With years of experience in Network Television like SuperNanny and Americas Next Top Model, Major films like To Save a Life, and Live Broadcast Stadium Events like Acquire the Fire and Battle Cry. We have a lot of insight to share!Learn More

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  • April 4th, 2014

On a rainy Thursday evening, the Kings School of Media held its second annual […]