Film-maker Dan Evans has completed his first feature - which promises to pull in the pounds for dyslexia charity BDA.
Musik, about a lonely dyslexic student who turns her life around after discovering a latent musical talent, has been months in the making - but is now available to buy online.
Around 20 per cent from each sale will be donated to the British Dyslexia Association.
Dan hopes the 65-minute movie, which stars Gornal singing sensation Natasha Bennett (Taisa), will raise awareness of the condition as well as boosting charity funds.
He said: "The British Dyslexia Association really enjoyed the film and will be featuring the movie in their e-newsletters and magazines, plus their facebook and twitter pages.
“We also hope to show the film in schools as part of an educational awareness day.”
Written by Joanne Naylor from Sedgley - Musik features a wealth of Black Country talent plus a guest appearance by Jeremy Bulloch (Boba Fett in the Star Wars trilogy).
Available to buy from websites www.musikthefilm.com or www.eapfilms.com - it costs 45p to stream SD, 60p to stream HD, 95p to download the film to a hard drive and £4.50 for the DVD with special features.