‘Texas Film Incentive’

  • Texas Loses Film and T.V. Productions as Film Tax Credit Funding Slashed

    Projects head to GA, New Mexico and California as legislators effectively kill TMIIIP     While California recently tripled the film incentive credit they provide to stop the flight of productions to states like Texas, the Lone Star state may do them a favor and scrap

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  • Productions Flee to NM and CA as Texas Cuts Back Film Tax Credit Program

    The Leftovers, American Crime and From Dusk Til Dawn have all relocated out of Texas Texas, a long time haven of film tax credits for filmmakers fleeing California, has begun to feel the sting as they made cuts to their own program in 2015.  The Lone

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  • Dallas Benefits from Film Tax Incentives

    City takes in more than 200 Million a year from Film and TV industry Dallas Film Commissioner Janis Burklund recently put out the word that Dallas’ Film Business is booming, thanks in part to generous film tax incentive program. On average, Dallas makes $200 million from

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  • Texas Film Commission Provides Special Incentive Program for Visual Effects Studios

      Texas is one of a handful of states who have begun to include Visual Effects studios into their film incentive programs. This is probably one of the reasons that Texas is now home to several postproduction, visual effects, and animation companies. The Film Commission cites a

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  • Texas Adds Production Facility Incentives for Television and Movie Producers and Video Game Developers

      Texas continues to up the ante in its film production incentives game in attempts to lure more production studios to the state.  This time they are expanding the production incentives to include video games and digital content producers. The Texas Film Commission has recenty created

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  • Texas Creates Additional Film Incentive for Underutilized & Economically Distressed Areas

      In addition to some of the already generous tax incentive programs in the state of Texas, the Texas Film Commission has created the Underutilized & Economically Distressed Areas Incentive for projects that complete at least 25% of their total shooting days in an underutilized or

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  • “Film Friendly Texas” Program Brings Television and Film Productions to Rural Texas Towns

    Texas wants the world to know that it is “Film Friendly”. The Texas Film Commission created the “Film Friendly Texas” program to put an emphasis on working with Texas’ rural communities. Film Friendly Texas provides training and ongoing guidance for communities on how they attract film

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  • The Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program (TMIIIP) Brings Productions to the Lone Star State

    Everything is Bigger in Texas The cliché says that “Everything this bigger in Texas” The Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program (TMIIIP) is living proof that the Lone Star State wants to help grow its film and TV production industry. Designed to build the economy through

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