What do Mark Wahlberg, Lorraine Kelly and The Proclaimers all have in common?
Answer: They are all involved in a Dundee-based sitcom written by film-makers from the City of Discovery.
Sons of Spielberg is a comedy drama based on the real-life experiences of three film-makers trying to make a career for themselves.
Director Liam Johnston, 36, said they had “finally” got around to shooting the latest scenes for episodes five and six.
Hollywood actor Mark Wahlberg and TV icon Lorraine Kelly are both set to appear in one star-studded episode.
Their appearances come after The Proclaimers had a cameo role in episode three of the show.
Liam co-wrote and directed the project with Stuart Hamilton, 33, from Broughty Ferry.
He said: “The vast majority of the filming has been done in the city.
“Locations including the Italian Grill, Insights and the City Quay were part of the filming.
“We have been shooting scenes as recently as last week.
“We’ve still got to shoot the scenes with Lorraine Kelly. They will need to be done down in London.
“The opportunity with Mark Wahlberg arose when he was playing golf in St Andrews last year.
“Considering there has been no money involved, it’s mind-blowing that we’ve got both Mark and Lorraine on board.”
The concept of the show was first created in 2008 – but it wasn’t until four years later that episodes one and two were shot.
Previous episodes of Sons of Spielberg are available on YouTube.
“Episodes five and six have taken us since last year to get sorted, including the writing and the filming,” said Liam.
“We don’t get paid for what we do and a lot of it has been very much learn as we go.
“The experiences are based on what we’ve encountered in our day-to-day lives.
“It has been great working with all the cast and crew involved with the project.
“We’ve got a bit of work to do but our intention is certainly to get these episodes out this summer.
“It would be great to secure funding for future episodes or a film.”