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.
When the all-star player of a high school football team dies during practice, all eyes turn to the storied head coach. Instead of mollifying the situation, the coach tries to maintain the team’s winning streak, leading to citywide controversy.
Recently deceased, a ghost returns to his suburban home to console his bereft wife, only to find that in his spectral state, he has become unstuck in time, forced to watch passively as the life he knew and the woman he loves slowly slip away.
Locations: This film shot in many locations around the DFW metroplex, including in the construction pit of the recently opened Frost Tower in downtown Fort Worth. The film also includes a memorable eight-minute long scene of lead actress Rooney Mara eating a vegan chocolate pie, provided by Spiral Diner, a favorite Fort Worth vegan restaurant.
Queen of the South tells the powerful story of Teresa Mendoza, a woman who is forced to run and seek refuge in America after her drug-dealing boyfriend is unexpectedly murdered in Mexico. In the process, she teams up with an unlikely figure from her past to bring down the leader of the very drug trafficking ring that has her on the run.
Locations: The first three seasons of Queen of the South took place in Dallas, Texas. Many scenes called for Fort Worth filming locations, like a Mexican orphanage that was staged at the Stockyards Exchange Building and a notable explosion scene that was filmed at the abandoned Swift & Armour meat packing factory in Fort Worth.
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Vindication is an episodic faith-based crime drama series that follows the small town investigative work of Detective Travis.
Locations: Vindication is a family-friendly crime drama that filmed in various cities in Tarrant County and the surrounding areas. Fort Worth locations like vacant office buildings and homes have served as a backdrop for this series.
Angela and Jessie are best friends intent on taking a wild beach trip, but when their roommate loses all of their money in a drug scam, the girls -- blissfully stoned -- go to increasingly daring and absurd lengths to get it back.
Locations: Angela and Jessie’s adventures take them to Fort Worth locations like the (currently vacant) Tarrant County jail, steps of the Tarrant County Court House, Fort Worth Central Station bus stop, and a former Chicken Express.
Two would-be thieves forge a surprising relationship with a house-sitter when they accidentally trap themselves in a house they just broke into.
Locations: Most of this film takes place inside a Fort Worth mansion. This production also filmed at the Ol’ South Pancake House and featured signage from Tony’s Pizza, which has since gone out of business.
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“Seeing Jesus through the eyes of those who knew Him.” The Chosen is the first-ever multi-season show about the life of Christ. Watch episode 1 for free on VidAngel. The rest of Season 1 is available with a $14.99 donation.
Locations: This project sourced crew from Fort Worth and filmed nearby at Capernaum Studios in Weatherford.
At the age of 70, Forrest Tucker makes an audacious escape from San Quentin, conducting an unprecedented string of heists that confound authorities and enchant the public. Wrapped up in the pursuit are detective John Hunt, who becomes captivated with Forrest's commitment to his craft, and a woman who loves him in spite of his chosen profession. Available on Hulu with the Cinemax add-on. Can also be purchased on Amazon and YouTube.
Locations: David Lowery and team returned to Fort Worth to shoot pick up scenes for this film. This included filming at Double F River Ranch, in the Stockyards, at T&P Station, underneath downtown in the former Leonard’s Subway tunnel, at Tarrant County College, in the vacant Tarrant County jail, inside three local banks and more. They also set up a local production office at Near South Studios and filmed on the surrounding streets.
Fort Worth designer, Grace Mitchell, uses clients' stories to transform their homes into representations of who they are. From turning love notes into wallpaper to creating a ceiling to match a wedding night's sky, every home's decor is unique. Watch on HGTV or Hulu with a LIVE TV plan.
Locations: Each episode features a new Fort Worth home.
House flippers purchase run down, almost condemned frame houses that have been set for demolition to make way for larger homes. They move the houses to an auction lot where they renovate the houses and sell at auction. Watch on HGTV and DIY Network or purchase single episodes.
Locations: Filmed in neighborhoods in and around Fort Worth and Tarrant County
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