Paris

Shades of Tennis's Most Unique Tournament

Photo Essay: French Red

The French have two Brits to thank for their beloved red playing surface, which today lives on in small training centers on the outskirts of Paris, tournaments for the rising stars of the sport, and one of professional tennis’s oldest events. We were on hand during the week of the French Open to capture all the nuance of the storied surface.

Stereotypical? Je n'aime pas

Postcard: Paris in The Summer

7:05 a.m. CEST | Paris, France -- This couldn't possibly get more stereotypical. I'm standing on the Pont Du Carrousel an hour after sunrise pointing a medium format film camera downstream.

Hypnotizingly Beautiful Visual Tour of Paris in Winter

The Quiet City

Camera jockey Andrew Julian has an immense talent for spotting and capturing beauty. Apropos, then, that he journeyed to Paris, which happens to be brimming with beauty at every turn. Most everyone is familiar with Paris in the summertime, whether via the myriad movies set there or by dint of commendable vacation planning. However, Julian...

BMX Ballet

40 Years in Paris

In the film short “40 Years in Paris” shot and directed by J.C. Pieri, Frenchman Alain Massabova pirouettes through the City of Light in a visual tribute to both flatland BMXing and one of the world’s greatest cities. Massabova, a 40-year-old father, dances easily atop his orange bike, using skills gained over 27 years of...

Back in time with no DeLorean in sight

Midnight in Paris

Midnight in Paris features plenty of Woody Allen trademarks, while avoiding many of the quirks that have irritated us about his work in the past. “Pair-eee” has rarely looked so good in a film and leaves viewers pining to hop a plane to de Gaulle as soon as the credits roll. The cast boasts a...