A Hollywood cameraman, whose work includes Aliens and Atonement, has brought his skills to an amateur film shot in west Cumbria.
The film is called 'Florrie', and was shot in just two days, in Egremont.
It will have its premiere in the town tomorrow night (December 15th).
The backdrop to the film is Florence Mine - the former heart of the community whose livelihood was built on iron ore.
The film deals with the issues of redundancy after the owner of the mine decides to sell up and sack all of the staff.
However, unlike the demise of real life mines in the area this story has a happy ending.
The film is filmed and edited by Peter Tyler. During his last film Atonement it took one week to film a 30 second segment.
With Florrie they had just two days to complete the filming.
The premiere will take place at the Florence Mine arts centre at 7pm, December 15.