As America’s 13th-largest city, Fort Worth is home to one of the best downtowns in the nation; the Stockyards National Historic District; a world-class Cultural District and Texas Motor Speedway. Located twenty minutes from D/FW International Airport, 30 miles west of Dallas and near authentic ranches and open plains, Fort Worth offers a diverse array of settings from Metropolitan chic to a page out of the Old West.
The Fort Worth Film Commission was established in 2015 with the goal of serving as a beacon for the creative class. Since 2015 the film commission has worked with hundreds of projects and driven $47 million in economic impact. Highlights of projects include films such as: A Ghost Story, The Old Man & the Gun, Never Goin’ Back, No Future, Miss Juneteenth and 12 Mighty Orphans.
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Robert Duvall, Martin Sheen Join Texas Football Tale ’12 Mighty Orphans’
Luke Wilson To Star in Ty Roberts-Directed ’12 Mighty Orphans’
How Fort Worth, Texas, Proved The Perfect Canvas For Robert Redford's New Film
How Filming in Texas Helped ‘The Old Man & the Gun’ Capture Its Authentic Look
Associate Film Commissioner & Marketing Manager