Before premiering on Netflix, VOIR will be screened at the upcoming AFI Festival in the US.
Netflix recently announced David Fincher's new project VOIR, a series of visual essays on cinema.
The three-time Oscar-nominated filmmaker will executive produce the docuseries that premieres at the AFI Festival (13 November).
The streamer is yet to announce a premiere date for VOIR.
Addtional details about VOIR are not available, but The Empty Man director David Prior is also attached as executive producer, writes Variety.
Writer Drew McWeeny, in a blog, wrote t hat the series will "hopefully not like any other show about movies that you’ve seen." He added that each segment will run somewhere between 10 to 30 minutes.
Fincher has previously worked with Netflix on the multiple Emmy winning political drama House of Cards, crime thriller series Mindhunter, animated series Love, Death and Robots, and the recent Oscar winner Mank.
He is also collaborating with the platform for a feature film titled The Killer that reportedly stars Michael Fassbender. The film, based on Alexis Nolent graphic novels, will be adapted for screen by Fincher's Seven screenwriter Andrew Kevin Walker.