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The city has a script to turn San Antonio into a film mecca. Meet the cast who will determine whether the plan is a hit or a dud.

Last spring, the future of the film industry in San Antonio looked bleak. Two key city staff positions, including film commissioner, were va...

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In the land of glitz and glamor – it's the green that makes the biggest difference of all.

And with several bill proposals targeting funding to the state's Moving Image Industry Incentive Program, film industry experts are concerned. 

"Austin will...

February 10, 2017

Bills before the Texas Legislature could eliminate the Texas Film Commission as well as an incentive program established in 2005 to encourage filmmakers to use the Lone Star State as a location for movies, TV shows and video games. 

The Texas Moving Image Industry Incen...

DALLAS MORNING NEWS: Art inspires us and delights us. It helps us see the world in new ways. It challenges us. It sparks conversation among us. Studies suggest it even makes us smarter and happier.

In a place as culturally rich as our state, art thrives. Texas is a plac...

February 7, 2017

AUSTIN, Texas -- With the 85th Texas Legislature underway, the future of the Lone Star State's film industry is now in the hands of lawmakers.

This year, there are already two bills filed that aim to abolish the state's film incentives program.

Once upon a time, Texas's...

February 7, 2017

AUSTIN (KXAN) — Austin film production crews, vendors and small business owners are coming together to fight for a state program they rely on. The Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program (TMIIIP) was designed to entice big productions to do business in Texas, cre...

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