DISTRICTS of Huddersfield regularly find their way on to the small screen these days but big screen appearances are much rarer.
Well, two by now well-established films, Between Two Women and more recently The Jealous God, by North Country Pictures, have many shots of West Yorkshire in general and Huddersfield in particular.
It's not surprising, really, as producer Steven Woodcock was brought up in Huddersfield.
And now thanks to Odyssey Quest they are newly out on DVD - and we have three prizes of a copy of both DVDs to give away to Examiner readers in our latest competition.
Both films are Yorkshire-based in the Sixties era and show lots of local scenery, plus shots taken just over the border in Lancashire or in the further West Yorkshire around Keighley and Haworth.
The first film, Between Two Women, starring Barbara Marten (Casualty), Andrina Carroll (55 Degrees North) and Andrew Dunn (Dinnerladies), has been seen hundreds of times on Sky TV and in 2003 won the best feature film award at the New York Lesbian and Gay Film Festival.
It includes scenes set in Longwood, Milnsbridge and Newsome.
The Jealous God, from a story by John Braine, stars another Ex-Casualty actor in Jason Merrells with Denise Welch (Coronation Street, Down to Earth) and Mairead Carty.
Many scenes here of Highburton and a cinema scene set at the Ritz Cinema in Elland where the film première was held.
To win simply tell us who directed the two films.
Put your answers on a postcard or the back of a sealed envelope and send it to The Jealous God competition, Features department, Huddersfield Daily Examiner, PO Box A26, Queen Street South, Huddersfield, HD1 2TD.
Entries can also be taken to our drop-off points at Kitsons on the Piazza and Ryans in High Street.
And remember, even if you do not win, the DVDs are available next week at £15.99 each.