Taking place until Aug. 16, the Bodrum Music Festival is currently welcoming different disciplines shaping around music from the early hours of the day to midnight. Cinemarine Outdoor Cinema and Midtown Shopping Center Outdoor Cinema with the collaboration of Başka Sinema is offering "Music in Cinema" with a selection of movies and documentaries on famous musicians' lives.
"Dalida" is about the tragic life of Dalida, who was not just the superstar of France but the whole world in those days. "Miles Davis: Beyond Time" offers a funny outlook on the life of the genius trumpeter and rule-breaker. The masterpiece "Amadeus" focuses on the relationship between Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, who had God-like talent, and his rival Antonio Salieri. Another movie is "Florence Foster Jenkins," focusing on the life of an opera singer who earned the title of worst opera star of all time, yet who left her mark on American high society. "The Beatles: Eight Days a Week" features the 1,000-day world tour, archive footage and interviews for Beatles lovers on a trip back to the 1960s.
On the 80th Year Special Screening of Phillip Glass, "Koyaanisqatsi: An Unbalanced Life," an exquisite and experimental movie, which offers a different view of relations between man, nature and technology with slow motion shoots and jump cuts.
Doğuş Group, Audi and D-Marin are the main sponsors of the Bodrum Music Festival, and tickets can be purchased at mobilet.com and mobilet iOS and Android applications. The festival donates all income to Tohum Autism Foundation and Bodrum Health Foundation.