Bastille



1. Bastille "Torn Apart"

Love is love.


2. Assassin's Creed Unity - Bastille Day Trailer

  • Published: 2014-08-25T21:47:55+00:00
  • Duration: 100
  • By Patrick Clair

3. Bastille: Pompeii

  • Published: 2013-03-18T13:19:56+00:00
  • Duration: 233
  • By Pop Deluxe

Bastille Pompeii Bad Blood UK © 2013 | EMI / Virgin Records itunes.apple.com/gb/album/pompeii-remixes-ep/id586590254 itunes.apple.com/gb/album/bad-blood/id584375368 itunes.apple.com/gb/music-video/pompeii/id585640895 bastillebastille.com facebook.com/bastilleuk twitter.com/BASTILLEdan soundcloud.com/bastilleuk emimusic.com virgin.com


4. BASTILLE - Things We Lost In The Fire

  • Published: 2013-07-14T12:41:40+00:00
  • Duration: 260
  • By Naor Aloni

Director: Naor Aloni Exec Producer: Nico Chavez, Luke Jacobs Producer: Sonya Sier DoP: Jake Scott Edit: Vid Price @ FAMILY Grade: Matthew Osborne @ MPC Commissioner: James Hackett Label: EMI Production Co: FRIEND


5. Bastille "Oblivion"

  • Published: 2014-07-24T02:47:28+00:00
  • Duration: 254
  • By Austin Peters

Official Music Video Directed by Austin Peters Starring Sophie Turner Director of Photography: Jackson Hunt Editor: Taylor Alexander Ward Produced by Brooke McDaniel and Elise Majorossy for Showpony Productions Executive Producer: Sasha Nixon for Forever Pictures Production Designer: Lauren Nikrooz Stylist: Annette Lamothe-Ramos Make-Up: Mara Capps Colorist: Mikey Rossiter @ The Mill


6. Bastille "Flaws"

  • Published: 2012-09-13T19:23:13+00:00
  • Duration: 220
  • By Austin Peters

Bastille Flaws (EMI) Director: Austin Peters Production Company: Forever Pictures Producers: Garen Barsegian & Areg Barsegian Executive Producer: Sasha Nixon DP: Martim Vian Production Designer: Jenny Correa Stylist: Annette Lamothe-Ramos HMU: Laura Stiassni Editor: Taylor Alexander Ward Colorist: Martim Vian Commissioner: James Hackett & Oliver Hammerton


7. The Talented BMX - Bastille - PARIS

  • Published: 2012-08-02T22:18:54+00:00
  • Duration: 219
  • By LA RAGE

The Talented est un contest BMX qui à eu lieu le 29 juillet 2012 à Paris sur la fameuse place de la Bastille. Pour cette première édition, c'est sous forme de Jam / Best tricks que la journée s'est déroulée avec une ambiance détendue. Toutes les infos sur http//:www.thetalentedbmx.fr Vidéo par Hadrien PICARD ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ The Talented BMX is a BMX contest who's taking place in Paris on the wellknown Bastille Place (July 29). For this very first edition, the contest was runned on a jam / best tricks format with a cool atmosphere. Many more infos on http://www.thetalentedbmx.fr Video by Hadrien PICARD


8. Paris Vol. 5

Entry from July 27, 2009 "We are jet-lagged and exhausted. The alarm blared at 4:30 am. Without opening my eyes I hit the snooze. "Just five more minutes" I told myself… "Lets go dude" a groggy voice commanded from the background. I didn't move. Out of nowhere, a pillow slammed down on my head, the mattress is lifted out from under me, and I hit the hardwood floor just missing my camera bag. "Ugh not again" I thought, but I knew he was right, we needed to hustle across the city and get our cameras rolling before sunrise. " We were in Paris with only a week to shoot. Armed with top of the line cameras, fresh batteries, memory card wallets, and our favorite glass. The game-plan was to shoot as much as possible and to motivate each other when we were exhausted from staring down the viewfinder. Time-lapses were just an afterthought. Seen a couple. Heard a bit on what it takes to get one done. But when we stepped off the plane in Paris, we had never seen the sky as beautiful as it was. Some twenty two hours later, we slept...at least tried to... We had never shot a time-lapse before, we had never put one together. We were just two guys who came to Paris to photograph. To make beautiful images. And we did. And we didn't stop. It became a battle against our batteries. " Why take one when you can take one-thousand" we'd laugh. Sometimes staying at a spot all day. Biking or walking from place to place. Mispronouncing words we didn't know. Two more packs of Camel's gone. We shot and shot and uploaded wherever we were. Even ran through the terabyte we brought with us and had to buy another one at Rue Montgalet ( nightmare ). Fell asleep on the Alexander III bridge while the clicks of our camera shutters became an urban lullaby. Wandering around the streets of Paris armed with $20,000 in gear, we took Paris head on. Its a scary feeling when you burn through a 32 gigabyte card before the day is done. You don't see what you're shooting. You compose the first frame and let your subject do the rest. We would wait for that perfect set of clouds or that perfect flare or trail from a plane. And all the while we didn't know what the final product would look like. We were shooting blind. But we wouldn't have had it any other way. The unknown kept us moving. Kept us thinking about what could happen when we return. Kept us thinking about what all these different pieces might say in the end. Changing glass as much as we did, we didn't factor in the amount of sensor dust that would build up. We could never just shoot something once, from one angle, without doing brackets and panoramic builds. It became an obsession. And our shutters paid the price. Back home, it took weeks to get organized. Then it took months working between all these side projects, our main gig at BorrowLenses.com, and the Paris project. Just beginning to think about what we would do with all the clips became overwhelming. There wasn't an obvious flow. There didn't seem to be a complete overall puzzle that could even be constructed with the pieces we had. And the pieces were in pieces. We started building each clip in After Effects. Render. Smoke. Chill. Re-Render. Smoke. Chill. We built around 150 clips out of the time-lapses we shot in Paris. They were flickery, noisy, grainy, bandy but they were ours. And we spent more time trying to fix them than we ever imagined. They were the first of the series. And from a single Clint Mansell song from "The Wrestler" sparked a vision for the Volumes. And once we put the first ones on Vimeo, we knew we had something going. We built the second one with a Tycho song. The third from Flying Lotus. The fourth from Pelican City. And after the fourth volume was built, we saw all these comments about the sensor dust. And THAT ate away at us. So we started from scratch; as if we had just hoped off the plane from Paris. Reorganize, re-edit, recolor, re-render. Days and days of work. Going through entire albums trying to find that one song that would go perfectly with all the clips strung together. But we didn't know how they would all hold together. There was no obvious order again. And we didn't think we could fill the twenty volume quota that we had promised to our fans. So we settled on doing a Director's Cut. A montage of all of the clips: Paris Volume 5. Enter Pigeon Point. We had been shooting a new series called the California Coastline. And we went to Pigeon Point down in Santa Cruz with our friend Matt. At first it didn't seem like a prime spot for time-lapses. But Matt didn't tell us the most amazing thing about Pigeon Point. They installed a new temporary 6-beam setup while the main lighthouse wasn't operational. We shot through the night, edited the next day, and posted on Monday. While we were editing, Mogwai popped into the playlist. To be honest we never sat down and listened to Mogwai with our work but it turned out that Friend of the Night fit that piece like a glove. And so we chose 2 Rights Make 1 Wrong for the first part of Volume 5. And we chose Explosions in the Sky, First Breath After Coma for the last part of the volume. It was perfect. We knew what we did best….Own a spot. Literally shoot the shit out of it. We learned a lot since Paris and shot a ton of other projects since we returned. The constant was a pattern. A style, a flow, a complete piece each in its own right. And we laid down the tracks, and then each clip, piece by piece. We cut and recut and re-rendered and fill gaps and cut tighter and sharper. We began to complete the puzzle. And it became what you see before you. Enjoy it. Its been a long time coming but we think the wait is well worth it. Sincerely, Thom & Vin Music- Mogwai - 2 Rights Make 1 Wrong Explosions in the Sky - First Breath After Coma Follow us @seventhmovement Facebook us http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Seventh-Movement/152426741455631 web: www.seventhmovement.com


9. Chill session @ La Bastille - 2011

  • Published: 2011-04-23T23:34:35+00:00
  • Duration: 206
  • By sevisual

Chill Flatland Session @ La Bastille, Paris, France with Matthias Dandois, Adam Kun, Yohei Uchino, Jean William Prevost, Alex Jumelin Sevisual - HT2011 04 Paris, France


10. Le Flâneur

  • Published: 2010-12-16T19:30:10+00:00
  • Duration: 127
  • By Luke Shepard

www.lshep.com www.facebook.com/lukedoesthings Composed completely of photographs. A project by Luke Shepard, a student at The American University of Paris. Location: Paris, France Music: 'Intro' by The XX (http://www.thexx.info) Special thanks to Henry Farrow Miller


11. BASTILLE


12. LE CHOCOLAT - Alain Ducasse

Built from an old Renault Garage in the center of Paris, near Place de la Bastille, Alain Ducasse's new chocolate factory was created with the willingness to get back to the roots of chocolate making : a careful, slow and patient work, craftsmanship and machines being as one. This short film gives us a vision of chocolate like we never see it, rough and sensual at the same time. Director : Simon Pénochet Director of photography : Yann Tribolle Producer : Pierre Baussaron Music: Flairs / Third side record


13. BASTILLE - Flaws

  • Published: 2012-09-11T19:27:40+00:00
  • Duration: 220
  • By Martim Vian

Bastille - Flaws (EMI) Director: Austin Peters Production Company: Forever Pictures Producers: Garen Barsegian & Areg Barsegian Executive Producer: Sasha Nixon Editor: Taylor Alexander Ward Commissioner: James Hackett & Oliver Hammerton


14. Bastille "Laura Palmer"

  • Published: 2013-04-09T15:53:49+00:00
  • Duration: 201
  • By Austin Peters

Official "Laura Palmer" Music Video Director: Austin Peters Director of Photography: Jackson Hunt Editor: Taylor Alexander Ward Producer: Ross Levine Executive Producer: Sasha Nixon Art Director: Tyler Jensen Hair: Candice Birns Colorist: Mikey Rossiter @ The Mill Commissioner: James Hackett for EMI Forever Pictures


15. Bastille - Pompeii (acoustic version) Live at the British Museum

  • Published: 2013-03-27T03:09:48+00:00
  • Duration: 222
  • By Matt Boyle

Bastille performing an acoustic version of Pompeii at the British Museum http://www.britishmuseum.org/whats_on/exhibitions/pompeii_and_herculaneum.aspx http://www.amazon.co.uk/Pompeii/dp/B00AP0VE3M https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/pompeii-remixes-ep/id586590254


16. Cavale, Cie Yoann Bourgeois, trailer 7mn

Cavale "It's getting dark, too dark to see, and i feel like i am knocking on heaven's door" -Bob Dylan "Cavale" investit le belvédère Vauban, situé tout en haut de la Bastille. Avec nos jeux de vertige, nous tenterons d'infliger à la conscience spectatrice une sorte de panique voluptueuse. Par une composition simple et réglée comme du papier à musique, nous reviendrons aux sources de l'acrobatie avec des motifs d'élans, de déséquilibre et d' envols. C'est donc d' un cirque dépouillé qu'il s'agit, dont la propension à de nouvelles formes de théâtralité est immense. Les matières circassiennes mettent en relation le corps avec des forces physiques (la gravité, la force centrifuge...) et recèlent un potentiel suggestif, imaginaire, infini lorsqu'on "les laisse parler". compagnie Yoann Bourgeois cieyoannbourgeois@gmail.com Imaginez Maintenant - Grenoble / La Bastille Mise en scène : Yoann Bourgeois Regard Extérieur : Marie Fonte Interprétation : Lucien Reynes & Yoann Bourgeois Diffusion : Geneviève Clavelin - 06 09 22 13 41 captation vidéo et réalisation : Adrien M, tous droits réservés. Photos © Raoul Lemercier


17. Bastille 'Things We Lost In The Fire'

  • Published: 2013-07-21T12:42:43+00:00
  • Duration: 259
  • By Vid Price

Dir: Naor Aloni Prod: Sonya Sier Prod Co: Friend DOP: Jake Scott Editor: Vid Price


18. BASTILLE 'Pompei'


19. NYSU_BASTILLE

  • Published: 2017-04-27T09:03:58+00:00
  • Duration: 239
  • By Cream

20. Bastille "Good Grief"

  • Published: 2016-07-06T15:21:02+00:00
  • Duration: 238
  • By Somesuch

Directed by Nysu


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