Our Mission

The Texas Motion Picture Alliance is a statewide 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

San Antonio Filmmakers Shine in TXMPA Showcase

The Texas Motion Picture Alliance (TXMPA), founded in 2006, is a non-profit organization based out of Austin, Texas that “educates its members, legislators, and the general public on all forms of media production within the state.” TXMPA’s executive director Mindy Raymond and the rest of her hardworking comrades are genuine advocates and admirers of Texas […]

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2016 Best Places to Live and Work as a Moviemaker

Think global but shoot local. Here’s where you’ll love doing that. Used to be if you wanted to work in the movies there were only a couple of places to be, kid. No longer: In 2016 you can audition actors in Tokyo via Skype, then upload your projects to Dropbox and send them to New York […]

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Upcoming Events

Narration Workshop

Title: Narration WorkshopLocation: Dallas, TXDescription: Event to be held at Audio Post recording studios. Rene Coronado teaches audio production and Bettye Zoller will teach narration tips and more. Only $160 for SAG SAG-AFTRA members with current card. $210 for non-unions. Call 214-683-4021 to reserve your spot!Start Time: 11:00Date: 2016-02-20End Time: 16:00

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Our Superstar Partners

Featured Member

President/CEO of Liner Entertainment Group, LLC & Executive Producer with Liner Films LLC, Dianna S. Liner

Ms. Liner brings more than 20 years of experience, having worked with many highly successful professionals and organizations in a career that has touched virtually every aspect of the entertainment world. She started her career as a backup vocalist, touring with bands such as Journey and The Hothouse Flowers and more. With an interest in learning the business side of music, she became an assistant to the record label representatives for N’Sync and other notable touring groups in the early 90’s. This provided her the essential exposure to the nuances of large event promotion, from artist and venue procurement to sponsor packaging and marketing throughput. She parleyed this experience into a role at MTV Networks as a roving music reporter from 1992-1995, then into positions at MIX 95FM and 104 KRBE FM, the top pop radio stations in Houston from 1995-1998. She became a marketing representative for Aware/Columbia Records in 1998, where she worked directly with notable groups and performers such as John Mayer, Five For Fighting, and others. She later moved on to Tommy Boy Records, working as an artist representative for Everlast, Amber and others. Ms Liner has raised over $50M for indie films and continues to do so under Liner Films LLC. For more information regarding this up and coming producer visit websites http://www.linerfilms.com/ and http://www.linerentertainmentgroup.com/