Category - Film
Before filmmaker Edy Martinez was creating the culinary EATFW and Chef Stories for Visit Fort Worth, his future seemed uncertain. The self-taught creator faced challenges but his passion pushed him to keep shooting to make his dreams come true.
Local and televised sports may have temporarily ceased but fear not. To help you with this dilemma, we’ve curated a list of 25 of the greatest sports movies ever, and where to find them. We’ve listed several options for watching these movies, but we don’t claim to have found all of them. In most cases, there are additional options for renting or buying them.
Posted On March 19, 2020 | Taylor Hardy
The Fort Worth Film Commission was established to help support and attract productions while acting as a beacon for the creative class. Check out the following projects filmed in Fort Worth that are available to stream from home (some may require a subscription, membership or one-time purchase) and follow #StreamFortWorth on social.
Fort Worth Filmmaker Channing Godfrey Peoples’ feature film debut, Miss Juneteeth, recently premiered at Sundance Film Festival. Ahead of its upcoming June release, the independent film shared a few of the locations filmed at in Fort Worth. Be on the lookout for these locales! The film is based
Posted On October 1, 2019 | Laurie James
October is Arts Month in Fort Worth! As part of a nod to the culture found abundantly throughout Funkytown, here’s a shortlist of some of the arts programming occurring in Fort Worth, courtesy of our friends at The Arts Council of Fort Worth.
Posted On March 9, 2019 | Edward Brown
Fort Worth is home to the only museum in the world dedicated to trailblazing women of the American West. The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame recently underwent a $5.5 million renovation. The results of that renovation are drastic and captivating. Here are eight new additions you’ll want to
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