Film bosses are giving Oasis fans the chance to appear in an upcoming documentary about the band by sharing their personal experiences with the rockers on camera.
The as-yet-untitled project, a collaboration between Pulse Films and the Wonderwall hitmakers' label Big Brother Recordings, aims to "tell the story of Oasis from the fans' perspective".
A message posted on the band's official website reads: "To help celebrate Oasis and their music Big Brother Recordings are working together with Pulse Films to make a documentary about you, the fans of the band.
"Whether it was that faithful night at one of their gigs where you met the love of your life, or if you only got to see them for the first time on the Dig Out Your Soul tour, we want to hear from you! We want to know how the key moments of your life were soundtracked by Oasis and their music."
The future of Oasis has been thrown into doubt following the departure of Noel Gallagher last year (09). The songwriter and guitarist walked out on the band after falling out with his brother, frontman Liam Gallagher, before a festival gig in Paris, France in August (09).
Singer Liam Gallagher subsequently vowed to continue recording with the remaining bandmembers, but admitted he was unsure if new material would be recorded under the Oasis name.