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texas film commission

This Film Is Not Yet Rated

Jun 30, 2009 By Katy Vine

Bob Hudgins, director of the Texas Film Commission, talks to Katy Vine about the “Waco” controversy, tax incentives, and how to get your movie made in Texas.

Behind the Screens

Apr 30, 1998 By Erin Gromen

From location scouts to production designers, the most important people you’ve never heard of.

Lights! Camera! No Action!

May 31, 1997 By Paul Burka

GEORGE W. BUSH may have the most power in the Capitol, but when it comes to power over the Capitol, he’s just number two. In one of the strangest rivalries of a contentious legislative session, the Texas Film Commission, an arm of the governor’s office, squared off against the State…