Our Mission

The Texas Motion Picture Alliance is a statewide all-volunteer non-profit industry advocacy organization for film, TV, commercial and video game makers. We have led the charge for increased and improved production incentives legislation to grow the creative industries in Texas and keep us competitive with other states.

TXMPA is proud to educate the general public on the history of the media industry in Texas and support a strong community of industry professionals in every phase of media production

Latest News

We’re baaack . . .

We’re baaaack . . . and so is the legislative election season. TXMPA launches it’s new website and advocacy initiatives today.  Time to stand up and let your voice be heard! Go to http://txmpa.org/join-us/ and renew your membership NOW. SAVE THE DATES:  TXMPA Annual Meeting, October 18-19 in Austin. Only current TXMPA Members will be […]


83rd Lege Session Results in Historic Funding for Incentives

TXMPA celebrated a historic increase in incentive funding for the Texas Moving Image Incentive Program. The bill signed by the Governor on June 15 gave the program up to $95 million over the next three years. This is a significant increase from the $32 million allocated in 2011. Increased funding helps Texas effectively compete with […]


Upcoming Events


SAVE THE DATES! TXMPA 2014 ANNUAL MEMBERSHIP MEETING Location: AUSTIN, TX Dates:  October 18-19, 2014 Members gather to educate themselves on the current state of the Texas Moving Image Industry Incentive Program (TMIIIP) and to elect the 2014-2016 Board of Directors. Only current (paid up) TXMPA members will be allowed to vote on the 2014-2016 […]


Our Superstar Partners

Featured Member

Producer, Kerri Navarro

Kerri Navarro, owner of Black Irish Girl Productions is an award winning producer from Dallas Texas. She produces corporate video, feature films and shorts films, broadcast radio and broadcast television, for which she won a Lone Star Emmy. Kerri has a passion for non-profit work and enjoys working with many different charitable organizations. She is currently the VP of Dallas Producers Association and a past VP & current board member of Women In Film Dallas. www.blackirishgirlproductions.com