The BBC news website is again looking for film fans to form its Oscars panel.
Six members of the public will be chosen to give their views on the year's best films and their suggestions for likely winners at next month's Academy Awards.
The panel will offer general memories of the awards over the years, and predictions beforehand and reactions to the Oscar nominations, to be announced on 23 January.
The day after the ceremony on 25 February, the panellists will offer final reflections on the winners and losers, the dazzling dresses and sentimental speeches, and all the glitz and glamour of the movie world's biggest night.
Anyone interested in being a panellist should submit up to 100 words, using the form below, about the best and worst films they saw in 2006, or their favourite films of all-time.
Panellists must be available to write about five pieces, each of approximately 250 words, in the run-up to and following the Oscars.
People aged over 18, and from anywhere in the world, may apply. Applications should be received by Thursday, 18 January.
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