We aim to establish a solid foundation of key resources in an effort to position the Brownsville Border Film Commission as the preeminent organization in the evolving South Texas film industry.

Brownsville Border Film Commission

The Brownsville Border Film Commission was created in 2003 to market the City of Brownsville as a film friendly destination. The Brownsville Border Film Commission is AFCI-Certified, one of eleven Regional Texas Film Commissions, and a Film-Friendly Community.  

Located in the southern tip of Texas, Brownsville offers an unforgettable and matchless experience along the border–sister city to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico–with beautiful landscapes, historical sites, unique flora and fauna, and wealth of culture and talent.

Brownsville Border Film Commission

Get the Gringo

Get the Gringo  is a 2012 American action film directed by Adrian Grunberg, produced, co-written by and starring Mel Gibson. Filming began in March 2010 in San Diego, Brownsville, Texas, and Veracruz, Mexico.

Brownsville Border Film Commission

Located in the southern tip of Texas, Brownsville offers an unforgettable and matchless experience along the border–sister city to Matamoros, Tamaulipas, Mexico–with beautiful landscapes, historical sites, unique flora and fauna, and wealth of culture and talent. 

The Brownsville Border Film Commission can provide assistance with city department coordination and permitting.

Brownsville Border Film Commission

EXPERIENCE BTX!

Year-round subtropical climate situated between Mexico and South Padre Island. Brownsville’s unique place in history and rich culture is ready to host your next film production. Come experience Brownsville.

WHY FILM HERE?

Brownsville’s vibrant locations have been enhanced by numerous revitalization projects. Downtown Brownsville is immersed in rich South Texas heritage located at the southernmost tip of the state along the Rio Grande River. Offering a bi-national and bi-cultural experience, we invite you to take advantage of our expertise.

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Contact

Maria Rentrop
Brownsville Border Film Commission Officer
info@FilmBTX.com

Felipe Romero
Communications & Marketing Director
felipe.romero@cob.us

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