BBC Worldwide to release Daft Punk documentary, coming in 2015
French electronic luminaries Daft Punk have preserved their elusive, enigmatic attitude since their inception in 1993. Though Random Access Memories launched the duo back into the spotlight and into several anticipated appearances, the robot-masked pair maintained a silent facade even when accepting their sixth Grammy Award on live television earlier this year.
Curious fans may soon receive a tell-all anecdote in the form of an hour-long documentary about Daft Punk, scheduled to air on BBC Worldwide in 2015. BBC Worldwide plans to tap the French film studio and distributor Canal + Group for the first time for what co-producer Patrice Gellé describes as the “first independent movie on the iconic group Daft Punk.” The still untitled docu-tale will be directed by Hervé Martin Delpierre and co-written by Marina Rozenman and outlines layouts to explore the vast successes and milestones of the group’s 20-year career.