Do you love the music of Daft Punk? Perhaps you hate it. Whatever your feelings on their music, we all know it’s better without Kanye West shouting pointlessly over the top.
Er, actually, we meant for that sentence to go: whatever your feelings on their music, you might be interested in seeing Daft Punk’s new film, Electroma, which will be screening at midnight, December 7, at the Royal Theatre (608 College Street) as it doesn’t have any of their music in it—at all.
Instead, the aural texture to the experimental art film, which tells the story of two robots on a quest to become human, comes from artists including Todd Rundgren, Brian Eno and Curtis Mayfield.
So! Daft Punk fan or not, if you are interested in seeing Electroma at its midnight screening, we have one pair of tickets to give away to a randomly selected reader who e-mails us, gives their full name, and tells us if they like Daft Punk or not (and why, if they’re feeling up to it). The contest closes at midnight on December 5, and the winner will be notified the day after. [Note: The contest is now closed. Thanks to everyone who entered!]