Film Commission

As America’s 12th-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 and has since worked with hundreds of projects to drive over $600 million in economic impact and support over 20,000 jobs.

Highlights of projects include films such as: A Ghost StoryThe Old Man & the GunNever Goin’ Back, No Future, Miss Juneteenth ,12 Mighty OrphansThe Seniorand Taylor Sheridan's 1883, Lawmen: Bass Reeves and Landman. 

Click the TCC FW Film Collaborative button below to register for fall classes! 

Film Articles

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‘The Senior’: Michael Chiklis To Portray “The Rudy Of The Boomer Generation” In Football Drama From Wayfarer Studios Based On True Story

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‘12 Mighty Orphans’ Review: Luke Wilson & Martin Sheen Score In Inspiring Depression-Era Texas Football Drama – Tribeca Fest

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‘Fixer Upper’ Reboot With Chip & Joanna Gaines To Launch Their Magnolia Network In 2021; 2 More Series Ordered

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Sundance Pic ‘Miss Juneteenth’ To Hit Screens In June With Vertical Entertainment Deal

 

Contact:

Jessica Christopherson
Film Commissioner
JessicaChristopherson@FortWorth.com

 

 

Taylor Hardy
Associate Film Commissioner & Marketing Manager
TaylorHardy@FortWorth.com
817-730-5021

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