LOOK: Actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is looking for photos of the Philippines for new project

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Metro Manila (CNN Philippines, August 19)— Got stunning snaps of the Philippines?

Hollywood actor Joseph Gordon-Levitt is once again seeking help from his Filipino followers — this time for a photo poem project for his online collaborative media community HitRecord.

In a Facebook post on Tuesday, Gordon-Levitt crowdsourced photos that were “taken somewhere in the Philippines.”

“Any photo works, as long as it's one you're proud of,” the “500 Days of Summer” actor wrote.

Interested participants may submit their entries through the provided HitRecord link, which is looking for contributions for the “Scenes From a Fictional Film” series.

According to the website, the production will collate the photographs with short writing pieces “to create scenes from films that don’t really exist.”

Gordon-Levitt also earlier encouraged Filipinos to participate in his platform’s previous writing and voice acting projects.

As of publishing, over 2,000 entries have already been submitted.

Contributors receive compensation when monetized productions are completed, based on HitRecord's assessment of the contribution's impact on the final piece and after feedback from the community, according to HitRecord's website.