Texas Film Commission, Office of the Governor


Welcome to the Texas Film Commission. Whether you are an industry professional or new to the business, we are here to help with your film, television, commercial, animation and video game projects. Since 1971 our office has supported the media industries of Texas, maintaining the state’s competitive position worldwide as a production destination. We are ready to show you what Texas—and Texans—have to offer!

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  • Tuesday, April 08, 2014
    Women in Film Dallas Launches 2014 Grant and Scholarship Program

    Women in Film Dallas (WIFD) launches it 2014 grants and scholarship cycle for women in the North Texas area. As the local Dallas chapter of Women in Film celebrates its 30th year, the 2014 WIFD Grant and Scholarship Program makes available to female filmmakers two grants …

  • Thursday, April 03, 2014
    TAMI Texas Film Round-Up Coming to Nacogdoches

    The Texas Archive of the Moving Image (TAMI) is bringing it's award-winning Texas Film Round-Up to Nacogdoches April 26 - May 3, 2014. Founded in 2002, TAMI is a non-profit organization that works to "discover, preserve, provide access to, and educate the community about Texas' film …

  • Tuesday, April 01, 2014
    2014 AFS Grant Accepting Applications

    Applications are now being accepted for the Austin Film Society's AFS Grant. Since 1996, Austin Film Society has given out more than $1.5 million to film and video projects made by filmmakers in Texas. The grant provides funds for production, post-production and distribution. The AFS Travel …

  • Monday, March 10, 2014
    USA Film Festival Announces New Short Film Competition

    The USA Film Festival announces the inauguration of a new program, the 5-DAY FILM QUEST, a race-style filmmaking event for short films, which will take place in Dallas on March 25-30, 2014.

    "The USA Film Festival has showcased short films for over four decades, and …

  • Thursday, March 06, 2014
    Free Legal Clinic for Austin Artists

    Each year, Law Students for the Arts, a student organization from the University of Texas School of Law, facilitates pro bono consultations with volunteer attorneys for low-income members of our local Austin community. The volunteer attorneys, assisted by UT law students will provide free legal advice …

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