NATFA international activities include participation of teachers, students and creative and/or scientific products both in international forums in Bulgaria and abroad, e.g. festivals, workshops, seminars, symposia, ateliers, conferences, congresses, workshops, educational markets, exchange projects, etc.

NATFA has been an active participant in:

 

TIP PROJECT – Transferring Innovative Practices in 2nd chance education addressing ELET

NATFA is a partner and host of a two-year European project in the field of education and social integration, funded by ERASMUS + program.

 

SUMMER ACADEMY 2018

 

THE CILECT PRIZE

THE CILECT PRIZE the first ever award bestowed to a student film not by whatever number of jury members but by the whole community of CILECT Full Member Schools.

 

HUMART

HUMART is based on A Lifelong Learning Programme for harmonizing the criteria and standards for the three levels of education in the sector “humanitarian Sciences”.

 

StudAVP (2014-2016)

NATFA take part as an “observer” in the international student project StudAVP

 

4 CORNERS (2013)

Four Corners unites some of the most talented students to help them develop, fund and produce new films that will succeed and thrive on the European and international market.

 

INTERNATIONAL SUMMER MEDIA STUDIO

The International Summer Media Studio is realized with the support of European Union’s „Media Programme”.

 

OPENING THE MARKET (2010)

This is the first platform for professionals in the field of stage arts.

 

GATS (2010) – Global Alliance of Theatre Schools

The first international meeting of schools members of GATS was held in Sofia.

 

TEACHER’s ACADEMY (2009)

NATFA hosted the Teacher’s Academy’09 as a main partner in the project ARTES.NET

 

TRI DOC (2008)

The project Tri Doc was realized with the support of the European Union’s program MEDIA.

 

„INTER}ARTES” – A network for quality in the higher education in the art schools in Europe (2006)

The project „INTER}ARTES” was initiated within ELIA (European League of Institutes of the Arts) and was implemented with the support of the European program Socrates-Erasmus.