For the first time ever, this year's Grossmann offers exciting acting workshops led by Žiga Čamernik (Method Acting – Acting for Everyone) which will take place from Tuesday to Friday (July 17-20) from 14h to 17h at Golar's House. You don’t need to apply for the workshops.

Workshops are based on the Strasberg method and lean on sensory memory and concentration practice.

They are not meant just for actors or those who possess a talent for acting, but for everyone who speaks in public, all those who are curious and everyone who would like to get rid of their fear of public speaking.

Symbolic contribution will be 3€ for a workshop. Duration of a single workshop is 2 to 3 hours, depending on the number and needs of the participants.

Workshop Leader: Žiga Čamernik, theatre actor and free-lance journalist

He started his career in Actors Studio of Vajevec Brothers in 2002. In the same year he founded the MILF Society with a couple of like-minded film enthusiasts. They immediately started with the production of film Tošl where he played the lead role. The film was broadcasted on Slovenian national TV and was screened at the Festival of the Slovenian Film in Portorož.
He played the role of an investigative reporter in medium-length live action – documentary Short Film about Drugs and appeared in the role of the interviewer in film Rugelj, a documentary about the controversial psychiatrist Janez Rugelj.
In the meantime he has appeared in a couple of commercials and episodic roles in Slovenian films.
Since 2007 he plays the host Rok in live action-documentary ecological TV show for youth called Slovenian Water Cycle.
He has been leading acting workshops already since 2008 in Rijeka, Zagreb and Ljubljana, and assists Vajevec brothers in intensive acting seminars in Zagreb, Belgrade, Grožnjan and Bosljiva Loka. He also leads public speaking workshops for different social groups.