Daft Punk will debut their first full-length feature film 'Electroma' at the Cannes Film Festival.
However, it is a different project that is causing excitement among fans.
Announced last week, but with more information filtering through each day is news is new of Daft Punk's first full length feature film entitled ‘Electroma’, which will debut at the Cannes Film Festival sidebar.
Directed by Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter the film is a psychedelic musical and visual odyssey based around the premise of two robots and their quest to become human. It is the reclusive duo’s directorial debut, but not their first appearance at the prestigious film festival after the pair collaborated in 2003 with Japanese director Leiji Matsumoto on the animated film ‘Interstella 5555’.
For what 'Electroma' lacks in dialogue it is expected to make up for in an engrossing Soundtrack and impressive visuals. It will makes it debut in the Sidebar at The Cannes Film Festival sidebar Directors’ Fortnight, which kicks off on May 18.
There are more still images courtesy of French culture journalist Christophe Greuet’s Culture Cafe blog. You can find out more on Daft Punk via their myspace profile and their official website.