David Fincher's Netflix documentary series Voir

Netflix: David Fincher’s Documentary Series ‘Voir’: Release Date, Trailer

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Most people enjoy movies, including many streamed on Netflix, but Voir celebrates cinema in a different way. This latest Netflix documentary from Oscar-nominated filmmaker David Fincher along with David Prior reminds us why cinema holds a special place in our lives. The series includes intimate personal histories and insights on characters in many of the best films out there. Read on to find out more about this upcoming documentary series and watch a trailer.

Netflix documentary series Voir explores cinema

The documentary series coming from Netflix was created by Zodiac and Fight Club Oscar-nominated filmmaker David Fincher. Working with David Prior, Fincher offers a collection of visual essays celebrating cinema.

David Fincher's Netflix documentary series Voir
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Voir will include filmmakers like Tony Zhou and Taylor Ramos, known for their work on Every Frame a Painting. Each will tell personal stories about many of the most influential films in history.

The documentary series celebrates cinema and that personal connection we all have to the stories we enjoy on the big screen. The narration in Voir will include intimate personal histories and insights into the characters and craft of each film. Meanwhile, every episode will remind viewers of why cinema holds a special place in our lives. Moreover, some films have changed people’s lives forever.

Who appears in the documentary series?

Besides writer and animator Ramos and editor and writer Zhou, the documentary features film critics such as Walter Chaw and Drew McWeeny. Meanwhile, Blogger Sasha Stone also plays a part in Voir.

The series is executive produced by Fincher and Prior, along with Ceán Chaffin, Joshua Donen, Neil Kellerhouse, Ross M. Dinerstein and Ross Girard.

Trailer for Netflix documentary Voir

Netflix has released a trailer for the documentary series Voir, which is included below. Even so, it is difficult to tell which movies will get the spotlight. As the screens flash by, almost every famous film from the past seven decades makes an appearance. Besides the older classics, even modern classics like Mad Max: Fury Road and The Matrix play a role.

The project was first announced by Netflix last month and comes on the heels of Fincher’s Netflix film Mank. The movie stars Gary Oldman and Amanda Seyfried and won Oscars for Best Achievement in Cinematography and Best Achievement in Production Design.

After releasing on the streamer in December 2020, the movie also attracted an almost endless list of nominations. These included Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Director, Best Supporting Actress, Best Original Score, Best Sound, Best Achievement in Makeup and Hairstyling and Best Achievement in Costume Design.

Many fans were hoping that Fincher was working on the third season of Mindhunter. However, it looks like they will have to wait, although the new season is likely to happen. This is due to the fact that Fincher extended his exclusive contract with Netflix for another four years.

In the meanwhile and as noted by Deadline, Voir debuts on Netflix on Monday, December 6, 2021, and runs for six episodes.

Readers, are you looking forward to what looks like a fascinating new documentary series on Netflix? Let us know by dropping a comment below.

Anne Sewell

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