Watch your way through David Fincher's filmography — from 'Seven' and 'Fight Club' to 'The Social Network' and 'Gone Girl'.
First, he made standout music videos, including for Madonna, George Michael and Aerosmith. Lately, he was one of the driving forces behind Netflix's Mindhunter and its creepy true-crime thrills. We're talking, of course, about filmmaker David Fincher. And while the above achievements are considerable, he also has ten top-notch movies to his name to-date. He's about to release an eleventh called Mank, but if you'd like to revisit his past tension-dripping hits, you'll be able to at Fincher Fest.
On select days from Sunday, November 1–Wednesday, November 18, Randwick's Ritz Cinema will be working its way through Fincher's filmography — and it's quite the collection of movies. Find out what's in the box in Seven, get claustrophobic with Panic Room and spend some time with Tyler Durden thanks to Fight Club. Then, you can also jump into a distinctive sci-fi franchise effort via Alien3, play along with The Game, chase a killer with Zodiac and witness ageing in reverse in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button.
Fincher's most recent three films — The Social Network, with its insights into Facebook's origins; the US remake of The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, starring an unforgettable Rooney Mara; and Gone Girl, with its pulpy twists — are all on the bill as well.
Screenings kick off between 6.45–7.10pm on various nights, with single tickets and full-season passes available. And, after Fincher Fest is all done and dusted, the Ritz will also be screening Mank as well.
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