Ever fancied becoming a movie mogul.
Well, now is your chance to follow in the footsteps of the likes of Daryl Zanuk and Sam Goldwin. Sort of...
You may have noticed last week an announcement that a new Birmingham film production company is set to be founded.
Rupak Mann, winner of Channel 4's Bollywood Star TV competition, has launched a public share fundraising.
Dreamfollower Productions is looking to raise up to £1.6 million. The money will be used to fund its first film Swimmer.
The script is complete and the film has been in preproduction with Pooja Bhatt's Fish Eye Network company in Mumbai, India.
Dreamfollower intends to start filming later this year.
Swimmer is an Asian crossover movie set in Mumbai with English dialogue.
Rupak will play the role of an overweight, ex-swimming athlete who must confront her guilt about the death of her mother in order to shed almost half her body weight, reclaim her health and fitness, restore her relationship with her father and become a champion again.
Sounds a bit far-fetched to be me - the idea of some fat bird plunging into swimming pools rather makes me shudder.
But, hey, I'm no film buff, so pay no attention.
However, if you feel like a flutter, then there are some interesting perks.
Studying the share offer prospectus, I find that if you buy anything between 500 and 2,499 shares at £1 each then you will get your name in lights in the DVD credits as an executive producer.
If you buy more than 2,500 shares they'll put you into the film itself as an extra.
Then, just think, you can swank into parties, and slip into the conversation lines like, "when I was a film actor...".
How about this chat up starter for ten - "celluloid and me are like one".
Or maybe you pompously declare - "well, of course, you do know that I am a film producer".
If they then try and probe a little too far into exactly how big a part you had, what blockbuster you actually produced or quiz you on what Hollywood is really like and have you met Brad Pitt, you can mutter stuff about how you were an unknown actor in a shoestring success that was "big across Asia".
Or how it was a film that was "hot on DVD".
There you go, you see, you've made it.
It's clearly already seduced my old chum Charles Cattaneo.
Charles, who now runs his own operation, Cattaneo Corporate Finance Solutions, is one of the advisers.
I must ask him what part he plays?
One of those smooth, sophisticated, Graham G reen-type Englishmen abroad, no doubt.
Keith Spedding, corporate partner at Putsmans solicitors, is also on the case.
Once the film is complete, Dreamfollower intends to premiere Swimmer in the Midlands.
Ms Mann commented: "I wanted to give something back to those who supported me and also to a wider audience.
"That is why the fundraising has been aimed at the general public, to give everyone a chance, for a modest subscription, to feel part of the film industry."
Thanks, Rupak, just pass the Champagne, darling.