Francis Ford Coppola announces he’s opening the All-Movie Hotel

Courtesy Family Coppola Hideaways

Legendary director Francis Ford Coppola is teasing a “cinematic oasis” for fans and filmmakers that he’s dubbed the All-Movie Hotel.

The destination in Peachtree City, Georgia, is the first U.S. location of Coppola’s The Family Coppola Hideaway boutique chain, which started in Belize and now includes seven properties, including Guatemala, Argentina and Italy.

According to the ad copy, it is a “first of its kind” facility, “offering both hospitality and facilities needed to make films on any scale, from smaller independent movies to larger-budget endeavors, as well as a destination for film fans interested in the magic of moviemaking.”

In fact, Coppola completed post-production on his star-packed Megalopolis at that very location.

“I envisioned The All-Movie Hotel to be a space where filmmakers could truly immerse themselves in the creative process, fostering a collaborative environment that inspires innovation,” Coppola said in a video promoting the endeavor.

The All-Movie Hotel’s amenities include “27 luxurious suites and rooms designed personally by Francis Coppola,” as well as “state-of-the-art post-production facilities … including two edit suites with laser projection and Meyer Sound 2.1 monitoring,” editing bays, bluescreen facilities and a screening room. 

Check out the location here.

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