The Nightingale, directed by Christian Chaudet, Natalie Dessay, Laurent Naouri
The performance features the Opéra National de Paris orchestra and chorus, led by guest conductor James Conlon. The astounding French soprano Natalie Dessay is the Nightingale, and her baritone husband Laurent Naouri is the Chamberlain. Christian Chaudet directed this film version, enhanced with computer animation and rather strange (based on one viewing, I'd say it's something like Fantasia meets Bladerunner, inside a Playstation game). You can read more about the opera's polystylistic quality in Tim Smith's essay on the film. Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale (The Nightingale, 1844), on which Stravinsky based the opera, seems to be at least similar -- if perhaps not actually related -- to the Arabic sources for Hans Werner Henze's L'Upupa, also about an emperor's ornithological obsession.
If you missed the broadcast, you can buy the film on DVD.