Why shoot your next film, video, commercial or television production in Brownsville? Aside from great weather, unique locations and easy access from anywhere in the country we’re the city that will make you feel welcome.
The Brownsville Border Film Commission will assist you and your crews with location finding, City permissions (no permits required for most filming) lodging and catering requirements. We work closely with all City departments to support your needs. Our uniformed services, both police and fire are accustomed to working with industry professionals. Whether it be traffic control, emergency standby or on-camera requirements our officers are ready to help.
Brownsville / Matamoros offers you the opportunity of shooting in two countries with minimal travel. Our ties to Mexico are strong and you will find that shooting on both sides of the border affords you an unusually pleasant experience. Our Commission can assist with your needs in Matamoros as easily as we can in Brownsville. The cooperation between our two cities is unmatched anywhere on the border.
We’re committed to making your project a success and your stay on the border a memorable and enjoyable one. We’re the last stop in the US and the first stop in Mexico.
The following films were shot in Brownsville in the past months:
"The Soulless" (Cruz Angeles, Director)
Quiet on the Set!
Granada Television Presents "Battlefield Detectives"
Army National Guard
soldiers help re-enact
the battle of 1846
A Mexican welder holds
a hot copper cannon ball
made just like they did
re-create cannon balls
Actor and Director pose with the Brownsville Police Department
Camera men get ready for the shot
Loading equipment for the film
Directors and actors go over the sequence
Located in Cameron County, Texas with a city population of 140,000. 91% of the population is hispanic or Latino with the average age of 18 years old.
With its southern-most location, Brownsville is located in a pleasant subtropical climate.