Judge Cano of Brewster County, Texas, has just issued a “Declaration of Local State of Disaster Due to Public Health Emergency.” In keeping with this declaration, the Big Bend Film Commission is discouraging our filmmaker friends from visiting our wonderful area for the duration of the Covid-19 crisis. When it’s over – Come Shoot the Big Bend!
Big spaces and small towns in West Texas.
Shoot ‘em up!
What is the Big Bend?
Well, it’s in the southern part of west Texas, but some parts of Texas are more west and some are more south. Our southern border is the Rio Grande, but the other borders vary, depending on who you’re arguing with.
Simply put, it’s the Old West, Texas-style. When you see it, you’ll know it, from movies, to paintings, to legends and lies.
If you’ve got a small town story or you need the great outdoors, we have the place to shoot it, and we’re here to help you find the right spots.
Look around, pardner. Take it all in.
The best way to start is to click on the SHOOT BIG BEND (VIEW ALL) tab at the top of this page. That will take you to the best spots in the Big Bend.
You can also use the menu on the right side of each page to select photos by single or multiple Categories (such as Town or location setting), as well as to select for Interior or Exterior views. For example, you can choose to view Restaurant Exteriors for any combination of towns and compare them. Or you can look at everything available for any town or park, etc. Enjoy.
We’re always posting more information and photographs, so check back with us soon.
Breach Productions – Producers Emily Pullen & Jenna Covarrubias
BIG BEND PRODUCTIONS:
“Silverfish” – Director: Matthew Thornton
“Redbud” – Producer/Director: Parker Scott Dunagan
“Marfa Girl 2″ – Director: Larry Clark
“Results” – Director: Andrew Bujalski
Client: Lincoln – Star: Mathew McConaughey – Agency: Hudson Rouge
Client: Staton Wholesale – Studio: C3 Premedia Solutions – Photographer: Matt Hawthorne