TFC Production files
Production files, 1996-2014, bulk 1996-2001, 4.19 MB (121 files)(digital)
Scope and Content
Under Texas Governor Rick Perry, the Texas Film Commission (TFC) served the film, television, commercial, animation, visual effects, and video games industries in the state, offering an array of resources and incentives. The TFC’s main functions included administering the Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program and the Film Friendly Texas program; publishing the annual Texas Production Directory/Manual; maintaining a job hotline for cast, crew, and video game/animation positions; and providing resources and information to facilitate media production in the state. Production files highlight the TFC’s role in providing resources to support media production in the state. Records include email correspondence regarding Texas license plates for use in films and television, and the use of an online video featuring Governor Perry. They also contain numerous lists of location images grouped by region, paired with images locating each region in the state. Records date from 1996 to 2014, bulk 1996 to 2001.
Formats of the original electronic files include word processing files, graphic images, and email messages. Digital files presented for public use will generally be .pdf for text documents, .jpg for graphic images, and .eml for email messages. Files in their original format are available on request; restrictions may apply.
These records are arranged as received by the creating agency, but were grouped intellectually into the series appearing in this finding aid.
(Identify the item), Production files, Texas Governor Rick Perry Texas Film Commission records. Archives and Information Services Division, Texas State Library and Archives Commission.
Restrictions on Access
Inventory of the Production files
|E2015/117||Production, 1996-2014 [4.19 MB (121 files)]|
|License_Plates, 2009 [150.00 KB (5 files)]|
|Photo_Library, 1996-2001 [3.97 MB (115 files)]|
|Loose file, 2014 [79.50 KB (1 file)]|