Are you one of those people who walks down the street with a soundtrack playing in your head? Maybe you even go as far as imagining some opening credits at the beginning of your day? Well if you're the type who thinks your life has that cinematic feel then perhaps you’d like your story to become an actual movie, directed by Oscar winner Ron Howard.

Ron Howard

The award winning director has teamed up with Hunger Games star Josh Hutcherson and Canon U.S.A. Inc. for Project Imagination: The Trailer, the ultimate movie lover’s contest, which will see one lucky winner have their life made into a short film.

To enter participants need to create and submit a movie trailer based on one of their own everyday life experiences. But don’t worry if you’re no Ron Howard behind the camera, the contest is open to all skill levels.

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The winner will then be chosen by Howard and Hutcherson, who will then transform the trailer into a short film starring the actor and with the Academy Award winning director behind the camera. 

Speaking to People Magazine, Hutcherson, who stars as Peeta in the Hunger Games franchise, said, "The creative process truly excites me, as does officially joining the cast of Canon's Project Imagination: The Trailer.”

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"I'm really looking forward to starring in a film inspired by user-generated trailer submissions,” the 22 year old added. This year is Hutcherson’s first with the project, however Howard has now been in the judges chair three times.

Last month 60 year old Howard spoke to Yahoo movies about the continuing importance of trailers in modern cinema. “They’ve always been vitally important,” the director told the website.

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“And then for a while, when the Internet took hold, people began to wonder if theatrical [trailers] were still as important. And it turns out they’re more important than ever. I think there are far more eyeballs on a trailer, whether that’s for a TV show or a movie, than there ever has been. It’s always been its own particular art form.” 

Submissions for this year's Project Imagination: The Trailer open on February 25th. You can learn more about the project by visiting Project Imagination: The Trailer's website.