French pay channel Canal Plus has ordered the one-hour doc from BBC Worldwide Productions France
Daft Punk fans are about to get lucky: BBC Worldwide is producing a documentary about the elusive dance-music duo, set to air in 2015.
The film, commissioned by the French pay TV channel Canal Plus, promises to finally shine a light on Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the electronic DJs who rarely remove their robot masks in public.
The French band has sold 12 million albums worldwide in their two-decade career and won six Grammy Awards in the process.
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Daft Punk is responsible for four critically-acclaimed studio albums, including 2014's “Random Access Memories,” which won them a Grammy for Album of the Year and spawned the megahit single “Get Lucky.” But according to producer Patrice Gellé, this would be the band's first ever “independent movie.
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Hervé Martin Delpierre is slated to direct the film and also co-write with Marina Rozenman. Other production partners include Jean-Louis Blot, head of BBC Worldwide Productions France.