Daft Punk’s Electroma Headed For DVD/Blu-Ray

Daft Punk has always been on the forefront of incorporating emerging 
technologies with their art, as recalled eight year's ago with the
D.A.F.T. DVD release which included a bonus disc with concert footage
comprised of ten camera angles that could be "edited live" by the
viewer. The acclaimed French duo continues this technological trek
forward with their directorial debut that has been specifically
mastered for optimal visual and audio fidelity on Blu-ray - a first
for an avant-garde/art house film of it's kind. This allows for the
film to be experienced as the directors intended - as Daft Punk
describes it - "music for the eyes." Daft Punk's Electroma, both the
standard definition DVD and hi-def Blu-ray releases, will be
specially packaged in a metal SteelBook case with imprinted cover
images and includes a 40 page perfect-bound book of stills from the

Debuting at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, the picture enjoyed
a widely successful theatrical run last year in North America, best
described as a unique tour of midnight screenings at art houses,
museums, and special event showings.

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