Sting's singing daughter Coco Sumner is keen to follow in her mother Trudie Styler's footsteps by making a documentary.
The rocker's wife has made a number of films highlighting world issues, including 1994's Moving the Mountain, which focused on the 1989 pro-democracy demonstrations in China.
Sumner, 20, admits her mother's passion for documentaries has made her consider producing her own film for "a worthy cause".
She tells Britain's Elle magazine, "I would like to try acting, but it's probably like when people sing in the shower...
"I would make documentaries, if it was a worthy cause - which my mum does. I have a lot of respect for people who put themselves in harm's way to make people see that something needs to be done. She's been very brave, our Trudes."
But the singer insists she'll always return to her recording career, adding, "It's music that keeps me going, it's music that makes me happy."