Noticias y Anuncios – Industry News
Due to the ongoing WGA/SAG-AFTRA strike, Texas' Moving Image Industry professionals may experience financial hardships. With this in mind, we've pulled together some resources that may be of assistance during this time. We will continue to share new resources as we hear of them.
Governor Abbott Invites RGV, South Texas, Statewide Communities To Film Friendly Texas Workshop In McAllen
The workshop, hosted by the Texas Film Commission, is open to community representatives statewide interested in learning about the media production industries of Texas and how to become Film Friendly Texas certified to attract new jobs and investments.
This two-day event will provide existing Film Friendly Texas certified communities with curriculum that furthers their participation within the program and will serve as an invitation for statewide communities to deepen their knowledge of the media production industries in Texas and begin the Film Friendly Texas certification process.
'Now Leaving Texas' features 30 unique films and videotapes of Texans abroad.
Texas Film Commission, Texas Archive of the Moving Image Launch Online Exhibit ‘Mavericks and (M)ad Men: The Industrial Film Legacy of Dallas’
‘Mavericks and (M)ad Men:The Industrial Film Legacy of Dallas’ features 13 videos submitted to the Texas Film Round-Up.
Dallas area residents, organizations, and businesses are invited to bring their old films and videotapes for FREE digitization while attending a free screening featuring Dallas-produced sales films, television commercials, and other vintage videos.
The Texas Film Commission invites the Texas creative community to vote for SXSW PanelPicker submissions 'I'm New to Texas Production' & 'Texas Esports Meetup'.
Governor Greg Abbott today congratulated the Texas Film Commission (TFC) on its 50th anniversary of service to the state.