Oscar and BATFA award-winners are taking the Swansea football dream to the big screen in an exciting film called Jack to a King.
And independent movie makers YJB Films need the help of the Jack Army to make the movie a real sporting blockbuster.
Everyone will have the chance to be part of Swans history. It's the fans’ chance to tell their Swans stories and see their name on the credits of a major movie.
The film makers are looking for photographs, video clips and digital film that fans have taken at Swans games, in any format, no matter how ancient. Also fan footage from the old days at the Vetch to the Liberty, up to and including the victorious day that Swansea made it into the Barclays Premier League.
They don't just need the action on the pitch, but also banter and chanting in the crowd; fan photographs and videos; fans meeting players and travelling to Swans games; film of the open-top bus celebrations and recordings of old radio shows and phone-ins.
Who knows, you may have Swans classic gold hiding in your attic.
Here's what you need to do:
for information on how to send in your pictures and footage.
Or you can drop off your items in person to main reception at:
Landore, Swansea, SA1 2FA
Adelaide Street, Swansea, SA1 1QT
Radio House, Victoria Road, Gowerton, Swansea, SA4 3AB
So start your search for that Swans classic gold now.
BAFTA Award-winning director Marc Evans says, “This is not just a film about the rise of Swansea City Football Club, but the story of a town and the people who made that club what it is today.”