The Film Friendly Texas (FFTX) program provides ongoing training and guidance to help statewide communities effectively accommodate on-location filming and market their communities as filming destinations.

Certified communities have attended a Film Friendly Texas training workshop, have submitted photo coverage of potential filming locations for inclusion in the Texas Film Commission location database and have passed filming guidelines approved by our office.

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Brownsville

Region: Valley area

Miriam Suarez, Main Street Manager & Film Commissioner
City of Brownsville / Brownsville Border Film Commission
956-548-6156
miriam.suarez@cob.us
www.filmbrownsville.com

Brownsville Filmography (partial): A Night in Old Mexico (2013) • How I Spent My Summer Vacation (2012) • Inside America (2010) • Pepe & Santo vs. America (2009) • Broken Promise (2008) • Fuerza (2006) • The Bermuda TriangleBienvenido Paisano (2006) • Puños Rosas (2004) • The President's Man (2000) • Sky DanceLas Braceras (1981) • Back Roads (1981) • 357 Magnum (1979) • La Hija de Nadie (1979)

Link to Locations Hub
Locations photo coverage available at LocationsHub.
Contact our office for additional photo coverage.


McAllen

Region: Valley area

Nancy S. Millar, Chairman
Nydia Tapia-Gonzales, Director

Rio Grande Valley Film Commission
956-682-2871
956-631-8571
nmillar@mcallencvb.com
nydia@rgvtourism.com
www.rgvfilmcommission.com

McAllen Filmography (partial): Mason-Dixon (2016) • AT&T (Commercial, 2016) • Trigger Effect (TV Episode: 2016) • Pope Francis & his People (TV Segment: 2015) • H-E-B (Commercial, 2015) • Radio Play (Short: 2015)

Link to Locations Hub
Locations photo coverage available at LocationsHub.
Contact our office for additional photo coverage.


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