SAN ANTONIO – The City Council will be briefed on proposed changes to the San Antonio Film Commission Wednesday during a city planning session.
The commission was established in 1985 and works to promote the Alamo City to filmmakers. The organization helps with permitting and cast calls, and functions as a liaison.
Changes made during the state’s 84th legislative session cut the state’s budget to lure new movie productions and similar projects by two-thirds.
Earlier this year, leaders of film media began meeting and coming with new ways to revive the industry locally.
Notable films shot in San Antonio include: “Miss Congeniality,” “Selena” and “Pee-Wee’s Big Adventure.”
The City Council will take up the full issue this fall.