Netflix and Mindhunter director David Fincher are teaming up for a new documentary called Voir, which will feature various visual essays in celebration of cinema.
The streaming giant recently teased “something special” in the way of David Fincher, prompting fans to speculate about a possible new season of Mindhunter or a movie that will eventually lead to the director’s Fight Club comic book meta-sequel. (well, that might have been just us), but alas, the recently revealed project is a bit different. It’s unclear from the teaser trailer and description what to expect from Voir, but it will premiere at AFI Fest before hitting Netflix in the near future.
“VOIR, a new documentary series of visual essays celebrating cinema, from the mind of one of the modern masters of film,” reads the short synopsis of the series. In the teaser you can hear some whistling as well as the sound of a spinning film reel, but the only clear view is the series’ logo in front of a close-up human eye. So, there really isn’t much to go on here.
Fincher is best known for the Netflix series Mindhunter and House of Cards, as well as films including The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, The Social Network, and the 1999 cult classic Fight Club. Fincher is serving as executive producer on Voyer with David Pryor, who directed the 2020 supernatural horror film The Empty Man.
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