ACTINE talent from Huddersfield's is wanted to hit the silver screen.
Hundreds of the town's hopefuls are being sought to audition for a new film being made in May.
The £35,000 production will follow the love story between a young Asian boy and a white girl and will be shot in this area.
People aged 18 to 64 are needed for the production and no acting experience is necessary.
The film - based on the theme of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet - is expected to be screened at film festivals across the globe, including Cannes, Venice and Sundance.
Colin Wisely, executive producer, said: "It is a great opportunity. Exposure on the international film circuit is worth more than gold."
The project - jointly funded by Screen Yorkshire and the Creative Industries Development Agency - aims to also encourage people from local areas such as Newsome, Crosland Moor and Deighton to take part.
Director Navdeep Singh Kandola, of the Mirfield-based Hive Central production company, said: "The basic idea will be about the tensions between different groups of kids on two different estates.
"We are going to have four professional actors to anchor the amateur actors, but we hope to get a lot out of the real people."
Everybody involved in the production will be paid.
Local people are also being sought to get involved in areas including drama coaching, script writing, directing and technical support.
Auditions will be held at the Media Centre, Northumberland Street, Huddersfield, on April 29, May 6 and 7.
More information about the production is available by calling Hive Central on 01924 513209 or e-mailing email@example.com