Director’s Week – David Fincher

A new Director’s Week here at The Film Queue.

One week out of every month will be dedicated to a single director.

David Fincher is known for his talent with the craft of filmmaking. He pays the utmost attention to every shot and attempts to make them the best shot it can be. Starting at ILM, and then making commercials and music videos before becoming one of the best directors working today. Even with his twisted sensibilities, some of his films own part of the hearts to some of the writers.

This post will work as a master post, so as the week continues, we will update this page with all our dedicated articles.

Happy reading!

First Film: Alien 3
Panic Room
The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo
The Social Network
Gone Girl

Previous Director’s Week:

Stanley Kubrick

Sam Raimi

Darren Aronofsky

The Wachowskis

Steven Spielberg



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