David Fincher is preparing a series of documentaries on Netflix



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David Fincher is teaming up with Netflix to “See”, a new visual essay documentary series celebrating cinema.

Netflix, or at least the Twitter account dedicated to its films, rocked moviegoers Tuesday after tweeting: “Something special is coming tomorrow from David Fincher …”

Alas, this “Something Special” is not a third season of “Mindhunter” or a sequel to “Mank,” the director’s Oscar-nominated Netflix drama about the screenwriter of “Citizen Kane”. Fincher, who is executive producer of “See” with “The Empty Man” director David Prior, has disclosed very little about the upcoming project. Writer Drew McWeeny, who works on the project, wrote that the 10 to 30 minute essay series is about “something that intrigues or upsets us or has to do with our connection to cinema”.

“See” will premiere on November 13 at AFI Fest in Los Angeles before landing on Netflix on an undetermined date.

Fincher is the award-winning filmmaker behind “Fight Club”, “Zodiac”, “The Social Network” and Madonna’s “Vogue” music video. He recently signed a four-year film deal with Netflix, having worked with the streamer on “House of Cards” and “Mindhunter”. As previously announced, Fincher is directing the Netflix movie “The Killer,” an assassin drama that would star Michael Fassbender.

Some top directors have come out openly against Netflix and its non-traditional methods of theatrical distribution, but Fincher says he appreciates the freedom he has been given.

“I’ve never been happier working in one place than at Netflix,” Fincher said Variety in a cover story on “Mank”. “It’s a good thing that movies have a place to exist where you don’t necessarily have to push them into spandex summer or winter affliction.”


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