News & Announcements

Nov 7

Facts & Figures from Made-in-Texas “The Long Road Home”

Take a look behind-the-scenes of National Geographic's "The Long Road Home" with facts and figures from the production itself. The TV miniseries primarily shot at Fort Hood in Killeen, plus the cities of Austin, Copperas Cove, Fort Worth, Harker Heights. #FilmTexas

Oct 19

Texas Film Commission to bring Film Friendly Workshop to the 2017 Texas Forest Country Partnership Economic Development Summit

The Film Friendly Texas program provides ongoing training and guidance to statewide municipal leaders and community representatives on how to effectively market their communities as filming destinations and how to efficiently accommodate on-location filming activity.

Oct 17

Film Production Assistant Workshop in El Paso on October 28th & 29th

El Paso Film Commission, Texas Film Commission and SWAMP (Southwest Alternate Media Project) to Offer Film Production Assistant Workshop/Certification October 28th & 29th.

Oct 9

Texas Films at the 2017 Austin Film Festival

The Texas Film Commission is proud to be a Community Partner for made-in-Texas films at the 2017 Austin Film Festival. These projects shot in Texas, included Texas cast and crew, and may have utilized some of our resources and services.

Sep 28

TFC Newsletter: September 2017

The September 2017 edition of our newsletter includes successes from the past year, recent visits to events and festivals across the state, updates to our job hotline and more!

Sep 28

Update on Sales Tax Exemptions & Refunds

The Texas Comptroller’s Office recently enacted a new rule that provides more guidance on sales tax exemptions and refunds that may be used during a production or by companies exploring the Media Production Development Zone program.

Sep 21

A Farewell from Director Heather Page

A message of gratitude before her final day as director.

Aug 23

Texas Film Round-Up in Lufkin

On Saturday, September 16 from 10 am - 3 pm, individuals interested in our FREE digitization program can drop off their Texas-related films and videotapes at the Museum of East Texas in Lufkin at 503 N. 2nd Street.