A SHORT film could soon be shot in a street near you.
Bosses from Eye-cue Films in Huddersfield are looking for a suitable location to transform into the set of a new film called Shop Window.
Bafta-nominated producer Benjamin Johns is seeking a small empty store on a terraced street to take over for 10 days in October.
Shop Window is written and will be directed by award-winning Shan Khan.
The pair's first film, Candy Bar Kid, came close to winning a Bafta, a British equivalent of an Oscar, earlier this year.
And Benjamin has just returned from three sell-out screenings of Candy Bar Kid at the Edinburgh Film Festival.
"Anyone who owns or knows about such a shop should get in touch," said Benjamin, who lives in Huddersfield.
"It could also be that the shop is between owners or the owners are going away on holiday, but we will need to entirely take it over for 10 days in October."
He has ambitious plans for the new shoot.
"Our last short film made it to the Baftas. With this one we are aiming for the Oscars."
He is also inviting local businesses to market their company name or product in the film.
"Any investors will have a credit and be invited to the set and premiere," said Benjamin.
"Product placement happens all the time in movies.
"We could have a business name on a van or a product in the shop or in the shop window or outside the shop.
"It's great exposure for a company. The film will be seen by audiences all over the region, country and world."
Anyone who can help should ring 01484 322969.