Did I miss Greg Nickels’ announcement that this week is officially Daft Punk Week in Seattle, or something? Before the French electro-house robot-duo invade Seattle at their sold out WaMu Theater show three days from now, Daft Punk fans can get a taste of what’s to come: pure visual and aural delight, in the form of a 70-minute feature film. Tonight at 8pm, the Daft Punk-created visual masterpiece, Electroma, will be showing at the Capitol Hill Arts Center. It’s the story of two robots, on a quest through the Mojave Desert, to humanize themselves (the license plate on their car reads “H U M A N”). While there is no Daft Punk featured on the film (Curtis Mayfield and others set the musical mood), the vivid, slow-moving shots are telling, and you begin to relate to these two robot-outsiders, whose place in the world is insignificant to the greater scope of things. This is something that you should not miss, Daft Punk fan, or not!