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Texas Film Industry Development Loan Guarantee Program

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Agency History

Historical Notes

The Legislature created the Texas Film Industry Development Loan Guarantee Program (Program) in 1999 to facilitate the production of films in Texas and to further develop the Texas film industry by encouraging private lenders to make loans for Texas film productions.  The Program authorized the Comptroller of Public Accounts to issue guarantees to private lenders for the repayment of such loans, under certain conditions.  However, the Program never received an appropriation and guaranteed no loans, rendering it effectively inactive.  No legislation was needed to abolish the Program as it was automatically abolished and its statute expired on its Sunset date of September 1, 2005. 

This agency is currently inactive. An agency can be labeled inactive if it has been abolished, had a title change, was merged into a different agency or split into different agencies. See Agency History on the right for further information.

Next Review Date: None

  • Last Review Cycle: 2004-2005 Review Cycle - 79th Legislative Session

Sunset Documents for 2004-2005 Review Cycle, 79th Legislative Session

Legislative Documents

Final Results of Last Sunset Review

No legislation was required to abolish the Texas Film Industry Development Loan Guarantee Program.  The Program was abolished automatically and its statute expired on its Sunset date of September 1, 2005.