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Spotlight On: Brandon Oldenburg

Posted On November 1, 2017 | Taylor Hardy

The Fort Worth Film Commission is proud to work with an array of talented companies and individuals who call our city home. We hope you enjoy our spotlight blog series as you get to know local producers, directors, writers, cameramen, consultants, marketing professionals and members of the creative
Too often indie filmmakers exhaust their shoestring budgets when shooting a period-piece by not taking advantage of existing historic locations. The Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District is an invaluable resource for filmmakers hoping to add a little authenticity to their projects without

Film Screening Venues in Fort Worth

Posted On October 28, 2016 | Taylor Hardy

You’ve planned, coordinated, spent long hours on set and in the editing room, and now it’s finally time to premiere your work to friends, family, or film enthusiasts alike. Fort Worth has a great selection of venues to showcase films of any size, style or budget. Rose Marine Theater The Rose Marine
The Fort Worth Film Commission is proud to work with an array of talented companies and individuals who call our city home. We hope you enjoy our spotlight blog series as you get to know local producers, directors, writers, cameramen, consultants, marketing professionals and members of the creative
Fort Worth has a diverse array of landscapes that can meet almost any location need. This combined with temperate weather year-round makes Fort Worth a perfect place to film outdoors. If you want to get in touch with nature surrounded by beautiful landscapes… 1. The Fort Worth Botanic Garden The
Fort Worth has a lot to offer to filmmakers, including diverse locations such as the historic Stockyards and the city’s buzzing Downtown district to architecturally stunning museums and the artistically eclectic Near Southside area. Exploring a new city is always exciting, but when it comes to