A new Kurt Cobain documentary film is currently being planned for a 2014 release, and it aims to delve into the true spirit of the late Nirvana frontman. As popular as Cobain remains, the musician's life continues to be somewhat of an enigma even among his most rabid fans. In an attempt to peel through the callused exterior of the late legend, the director of the recent Rolling Stones documentary 'Crossfire Hurricane' has accepted the challenge to reveal the true nature of Cobain.

'Crossfire Hurricane' was released in 2012, receiving an impressive amount of critical acclaim and securing a 92 percent "fresh" rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Director Brett Morgen now seeks to create another success with the yet-untitled Kurt Cobain project. "If you think about Kurt, he's a contradiction," Morgen tells NME. "He could be sincere and sentimental, and also ironic and sarcastic. He was sweet and sour. He was incredibly funny too, and the film has to reflect his sprit."

Morgen adds, "The thing about him people might not know too is that he was an incredible visual artist and left behind a treasure chest of comic books, paintings, Super8 films, all sorts. We're hoping the Cobain film, that'll hopefully be released in 2014, will be this generation's 'The Wall' – a mix of animation and live action that'll allow the audience to experience Kurt in a way they never have before. It's very ambitious."

As word of the Cobain documentary first broke, it was reported that Hole frontwoman and Kurt Cobain's widow Courtney Love would be a part of the film's creation. Although Morgen stated that Love originally brought him into the project, it has been confirmed that Love will not be involved in the filmmaking process.