CAMI is founded by Ghana’s ace Actor, Film Producer and Media Icon, Hon. Mikki Osel-Berko, who produced such classics as

“Agony of love, “Recipe for Disaster, Chapter X, “Cross my heart” amongst many others including the ever-popular Dada Boat TV series, also well known in the TV commercial and corporate documentary space

Mikki has worked extensively in the Media, radio, and TV stations alike and also with cooperating institutions like MTN, Club Beer, Kab-fam, and Piccadilly Biscuits as a Brand Ambassador, with over 28 years of experience.

Encouraged by friends of his, who wanted to send their children to Media or film schools, but found the prices too costly, and the desire to see progress in the industry by manning it with trained personnel, Mikki designed a school that was not only affordable, but more importantly, was founded on the principle of learning by doing.

Inspired by the idea that to learn how to make movies, one must actually make movies, Mikki and his industry colleagues teamed up and designed a truly unique curriculum. Blending a mixture of traditional media and film school instruction with a new approach, the institute emphasizes course work based around students actually going out and shooting films as part of their course work.

Students write, produce, direct, and edit their own original films while also serving as crew members on their fellow classmates’ films to gain extensive on-set experience. This commitment to learning by doing, applies to all programs the school will offer, with students working with industry standard equipment in world-class facilities.

At the school, students can choose from a wide range of visual and performing arts programs that includes Filmmaking, Acting for Film, 3D Animation & Visual Effects, Broadcast Journalism, Cinematography, Digital Editing, Documentary Filmmaking, Game Design, Graphic Design, Musical Theatre, Photography, Producing, and Screenwriting

Central Arts and Media Institute is expanding its curriculum as well as its national presence, with 2 established campuses;

The Kasoa Film Academy, Kakraba-Nyanyano

The Kejetia Film School, Pankrono Junction