BBC Worldwide Productions France has joined with Canal+ to produce a documentary based on the 20-year career of Daft Punk.
The 1-hour documentary will follow the French group since it’s inception. It is being written and directed by Hervé Martin Delpierre and co-written by Marina Rozenman, with an expected release date of 2015.
Jean-Louis Blot, president of BBC Worldwide Productions France and executive producer Patrice Gellé are co-producing the film. Both of them have been positive about the collaboration between BBC and Canal+, with Gellé stating “We are happy to produce the first independent movie on the iconic group Daft Punk”, while Blot described the film as “original and creative”.