Francis Ford Coppola is all set to publish the notes he kept while filming his classic film The Godfather, reported Rolling Stone.
The 720-page ‘The Godfather Notebook’ will detail the creative process behind the 1971 film, and will include Coppola’s own annotations and directions, casting notes, and never-before-published photos.
Commenting on the news Coppola said, “This notebook was my private work reference to The Godfather film, and after many years, I’m excited to share it with those who may be interested. It is the key to understanding what went into making the film from Mario Puzo’s novel.”
‘The Godfather Notebook’ will be priced at $50, while a limited number of signed copies will also be available for $250.
The book is due to be released November 15 via Regan Arts.
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