Site to be located in historical district near downtown Cincinnati, Ohio
Media Missionary School, a faith-based organizaiton that equips and trains future media missionaries, has acquired new space to launch their future media training center. The site will be open some time in the first quarter of 2012. The first phase of the project calls for office space, classrooms, a production studio, a kitchen, and future student housing.
Initially, production workshops and film camps will be offered in 2012. Also, Media Missionary School will launch a new program designed to help churches become visual storytellers and communicators. The Church Media 101 workshop will be designed to introduce both the technical and artisitic techniques which are needed to create media for both internal and outreach purposes. The new facility is located at 1530 Tremont Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, in the old Lunkenheimer building, which is currently under rennovation.
The new training center will be staffed by instructors, educators and trainers who work professionally in the media and film industry in both Los Angeles and Cincinnati.This will include Kurt Tuffendsam (The Job), Isaac Stambaugh (Hitting the Nuts and Strange Brand of Happy) and Brad Wise (Fenced Off).
Hay goes on to state that today’s cinema has often been called the new church, and our filmmakers are today’s new priests. Media Missionary School is designed to develop Christians who will become the new priests of our society and culture.”
Media Missionary School is currently online at mediamissionaryschool.com. At the site, you can find a variety of information and resources, including film reviews and other related material. For more information on the work of Media Missionary School, contact Harold Hay at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Harold Hay:
Harold Hay is an award-winning writer, producer and director, who lives in Florence, Kentucky. He has produced numerous television shows, including 180 Videos and The Zone, which aired on over 200 stations in North America and 15 television networks worldwide. His programs have been honored by both the NRB and the GMA for best program of the year. He is the author of the recent book, The Red Pill, The Cure for Today’s Mass Media Culture, which is considered a difinitive work on the state of media and culture. He also has created a faith-based educational program for high school students, who are interested in pursuing a career in media, film or TV. Currently, he is the President of Flannelgraph Ministries and the Founder of Media Missionary School.