This Sunday 20th September, Oval Space has been granted exclusive access to long-awaited music documentary, Daft Punk: Unchained.
The BBC Worldwide production, directed by Hervé Martin Delpierre, is the first ever official film to be made about the 12 million album-selling duo, and until now has only been shown on French TV’s Canal+. Following the rise of Thomas Bangalter and Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo, the doc boasts unprecedented access and never-before seen interviews with their closest collaborators including Giorgio Moroder, Kanye, Nile Rodgers and Pete Tong.
Doc’n Roll’s free screening of the French film, with English subtitles, will kick off at 2pm at Bethnal Green’s Oval Space.
Tickets are free but must be applied for via ballot on the Doc’n Roll site here.
Winners will be notified on the 18th.
Watch the trailer below.
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