FILMING has wrapped on the set of a horror movie starring two young actors who work in Brighouse.
Jordan Greenhough, 22, and Jack Carter, 18, were whisked off to Poland after landing lead roles in feature-length film Sparrow.
Mr Greenhough said: "It was amazing, we had a really good time.
"It was really different working with Polish film-makers. They do things differently to the English so it was a good learning curve and really broadened my experience."
He was on location near the town of Ledziny for 10 days, and Mr Carter, of Hove Edge, Brighouse, was there for three weeks.
They play English teenagers who go camping in the Hamerla forest and start getting picked off.
"Jack had a bigger part than me so he was filming every day. I did half the time, but the filming was intensive," said Mr Greenhough, who lives in Waterloo, Huddersfield.
"It was great, we got to see the country and it's a good place. I would definitely go back there again."
The independent film will premiere around Hallowe'en, with events in Warsaw and London.
The pair, who both work at Tesco in Brighouse, have appeared in a number of short films together.
Visit www.sparrowfilm.com for more information.