The Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program (TMIIIP) has had a profound impact on the state, both economically and culturally. Learn more about the program's impact across Texas in the reports, infographics, and case studies below.
[Infographic] An overview of TMIIIP and the total economic impact (jobs created, production spend, ROI) via projects accepted into the program since 2007.
Updated: September 2023
[Report] A list of the Paid TMIIIP Projects with information on in-state spending and jobs created since the program began in 2007.
Last Updated: September 2023
[Infographic] A snapshot of video game, animation, and VR/XR projects sampled from TMIIIP data showcasing the skilled, versatile, and high paying jobs created by the digital media industries in Texas.
Last Updated: December 2022
[Infographic] A comprehensive breakdown of TMIIIP project production locations (by county) over the entire life of the program since September 1, 2007.
Last Updated: January 2023
[Case Studies] Economic impact of various projects that have filmed in Film Friendly Texas certified communities including paid projects like HBO's Love & Death, National Geographic’s The Long Road Home and AMC's The Son.
The Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program (TMIIIP), a grant rebate, is designed to build the economy through the moving image industry and create jobs in Texas.
Film Friendly Texas Certified Communities receive ongoing training and guidance regarding media industry standards, best practices and how to effectively accommodate on-location filming activity in their community.
The State of Texas has resources for small business owners including info about Local, State and Federal incentives, funding programs, small business forums and more.