The North West Air Ambulance charity has chosen four children from the North West to star in their new movie.
The charity, which operates two emergency helicopters across the region, turned to youth rather than experience for a new film to promote the air ambulance.
The youngsters, aged between 11 and 12, play the roles of the North West Air Ambulance charity aircrew.
The charity is hoping the film will show how easy it is to donate to the service.
The North West Air Ambulance charity will unveil the region's biggest mince pie later.
It's a whopping 13-foot long and three feet wide and was made at a bakery in Chorlton.
It'll also be at a the charity's Christmas Carol concert in Manchester next week.