Hey, film acting enthusiast!

Do you want to develop your acting skills and get more roles? You’re in the right place because this film acting workshop is just for you!

In April 2023, Midwayer Films, with funding from the Erasmus+ program and the European Union, sent its employees to Iceland, where our partner Sigrun Sol Olafsdottir from the Icelandic Casting Agency conducted a practical film acting workshop with our team. In addition, we also met the representatives of the Icelandic Film School. The workshop focused on developing acting skills, practicing improvisation in front of the camera, auditioning, working with scenes, and acquiring many practical tips to appear natural on screen.

Midwayer Films offers you film actor training, where you can put your acting skills to the test!

The training involves several practical exercises, scenes are presented to each other, and many practical tips are provided.

Group size is 10-30 people. The prices start from 99€ per person. The price depends on the time and location of the workshop. For more info and inquires, write to us at


Your instructor is Triin Lellep-Kordes – a versatile Estonian singer and artist. After graduating from Tartu Descartes’i Lütseumi she continued her musical studies at Georg Otsa nimelises Tallinna Muusikakoolis and the Sibelius Academy. Since 2018, she has been the solo artist of Orchestre du Centre Philharmonique. Since 2020, Triin has focused on her acting career, acting in films such as “Womens’ War” (2021), “Dr. Sander’s Sleep Cure” (2024) and the horror shorts anthology “Dr. Sander’s Hour of Horror” (2021) in the segment “Take 13”. Her unique contribution to the world of acting makes her an inspiring personality both locally and internationally. Her versitality can also be seen in the book “My Paris” (2020) and through her television works, including being the host of “SuhteVimkad” (2020-2021) and “Duubel: Night Shift” (2021).




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Toomas Krall conducts the regular film acting workshop









Project 2022-1-EE01-KA122-ADU-000079587 was co-funded by the European Union.