Inertia Films Headquarters
In 2003 Inertia Films’ founder Troy Thomas realized a life-long dream. That dream was to finally move his company into their new production facility in Atlanta, Georgia. Overall, the land purchase, architectural design and construction phase was two and a half years in the making. But Thomas feels the end product was definitely worth the wait.
Inertia Films’ headquarters are located in Atlanta’s historic Old Fourth Ward just two miles east of Atlanta’s famous Peachtree Street. The building’s style is somewhat contemporary with an art-deco flair. The exterior features a Spanish gold stucco finish highlighted by a blend of glass and silver metal. An all glass vestibule accents the front of the facility. High above Ezzard Street, the building is accented with a large “Inertia Films” neon sign.
Inside the facility you’ll find an open, loft foyer complete with a hard pine staircase and 22-foot ceilings. Downstairs you’ll find production offices, a tape library and a kitchen. Post-production is crafted in two, nonlinear, digital suites featuring Final Cut Pro HD systems.
The downstairs rear of the facility is equipped with a 900 sq. ft. studio complete with hard cyclorama and ample power. A rollup garage door makes load-ins quick and efficient. Full body chroma-key is also available.
On the second floor you’ll find more production offices and our “live shot” room with HD and SD broadcast capability. Upstairs is also home to “The Bullpen,” dedicated office space for staff producers and various freelancers.
Finally, the crowning jewel of the Inertia Films facility: a 2,160 sq. ft. rooftop deck. The Inertia patio features a gas grill for parties and a partial view of downtown Atlanta. It’s a great spot to escape for a relaxing lunch or dinner during those long post-production sessions.