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Welcome to the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission

Greetings and welcome to the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission’s new web site!  Brimming with new features and up-to-date information, we invite you to come in and look around to get a peek at what Memphis & Shelby County have to offer film productions of all sizes.  Take a minute to browse our location library in Reel-Scout, check out our diverse production guide, or get a taste of productions that have shot here and utilized our crew base over at Film Memphis TV!

Supporting Partners of The Memphis and Shelby County Film and Television Commission:

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Special thanks to Christopher Reyes, Sarah Fleming, and the crew over at Live From Memphis for their outstanding hard work in making this web site possible. Thanks also to content editor Jon W. Sparks.

The Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission, like other publicly-funded film commissions in the U.S.A., works only with funded productions and does not assist producers in securing funding for projects.

The Film Commission's Website makes available hiring/casting information from third parties. This information is to be used as general information only. Although such information is believed to be generally reliable, the posting of the information on the commission website does not constitute an endorsement, recommendation, or solicitation from the Commission. Nor does the Posting imply any assurance regarding the accuracy of the information, the funding of the project, the completion of the project, or the payment to crew/vendors/cast.


Interested in playing a role in a movie?

Real people of all ages are needed for an indie feature film.

No experience necessary.

Real people are being sought for “Free in Deed,” an official client of the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission.

“Free in Deed” is an artistic film based on a true story. It is about the struggles of a young single mother without resources and the trials and tribulations of a man of faith and his church community who together attempt to heal her 8 year old autistic son.

Needed are:
African American Male & Female ADULTS in ranges of 20-70 and CHILDREN 4-11
Caucasian ADULTS, women and men 30-50
Caucasian BOY (5 years old)
Indian ADULT male

If you are a fit for a part, you will be contacted by email for scheduling and location of casting call. Roles are paid.

Sunday, Dec. 8, 6-8pm
Monday, Dec. 9, 12-8pm
Saturday, Dec. 14, 12-8pm

Thank you for your interest!


Commission board meeting Wednesday

The next Board Meeting for The Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission is Wednesday, Nov. 20 at Malco's Studio on the Square Theatre at noon.


Monday is #JTDay

On Monday, Nov. 18, the city is celebrating Justin Timberlake Day as he returns to Memphis for his “20/20 Experience” tour at FedExForum.

The entertainer, who grew up here, appeared in two Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission client films, Craig Brewer's BLACK SNAKE MOAN (Paramount - 2006) and THE OPEN ROAD (Anchor Bay - 2009).

Memphis Mayor A C Wharton will issue a proclamation to declare Monday “Justin Timberlake Day” at 1 p.m. outside the Westin Memphis Beale Street hotel. The Mayor’s office is encouraging people to wear their favorite bow tie and post pictures to social media sites wishing everyone a happy Justin Timberlake Day. Use #JTDay as the hashtag and encourage your social media followers to do the same. If your business has a digital sign or marquee, post a message such as "Welcome Home JT" or "Memphis Loves JT.” People are also encouraged to post and share additional Justin Timberlake-related posts including his performances, music videos, and media appearances.


Commission presents Hometowner Awards at Indie Memphis

Congratulations to the Hometowner Award winners at this year’s Indie Memphis Film Festival.

The awards, presented by the Memphis & Shelby County Film and Television Commission, went to Allen C. Gardner for his narrative feature BEING AWESOME, Melissa Sweazy for her narrative short JOHN’S FARM, and John Kirkscey for his documentary short BOOKIN’. Gardner received a $1,000 cash prize and Sweazy and Kirkscey each received $500. The awards were presented Nov. 3, the last night of the festival.

For a complete list of winners at Indie Memphis, check out John Beifuss’ story (subscription) and the Memphis Flyer’s report on the winners.


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