Atarim Ltd., which is responsible for the management and development of the Tel Aviv coast, will host this year's 9th Docaviv Festival, and will hold open air screenings of musical documentaries at the Tel Aviv port, accompanied by musical sets played by leading DJs.
Sundays to Wednesday, 14-17 of May, at the Sand-box Square, Tel Aviv Port
** Entrance is free of charge, participation is limited and subject to available places only
Atarim Ltd. and Tel Aviv Port are inviting the public to a musical week in the framework of Docaviv Music – open air screenings of selected musical documentaries from the Docaviv Festival, accompanied by leading DJs.
Sunday 14/5, 20:30 the Tel Aviv Port
USA 2016, 108 minutes, English, no subtitles
Script and direction: Jim Jarmusch
At the age of 70, Iggy Pop is still a charismatic rock star, and when he converses with Jim Jarmusch he turns out to be extremely entertaining as well. Iggy stars in the film about the mythological Stooges. Rock giants, fans and a whole lot of great music.
19:30 DJ Yonder
Credit: ED Caraeff
Monday, 15/5, 20:30, Tel Aviv Port
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week
Direction: Ron Howard
USA 2016, 137 minutes, English, no subtitles
As the global Beatles hysteria peaked, John, Paul, Ringo and George relied on their mental resources and on an endless sense of humor in order to keep sane. A great movie with wonderful music which accompanies the four before, after and during concerts where you can barely hear the music behind the screaming.
19:30 – DJ Tomer Karib
Credit: Apple Corps Ltd.
Tuesday 16/5, 20:30 Tel Aviv Port
Eagles of Death Metal: Nos Amis
Direction: Colin Hanks
USA / France 2017, 84 minutes, English and French, subtitles in English
Just three months after the terror attack that had killed 89 people and injured hundreds during their concert, Eagles of Death Metal return to play in Paris. The band's lead singer, Jesse Hughes, holds on to the deep connection he has forged with fans that have survived and with his band member, Josh homme.
19:30 – DJ Uri Zer Aviv
Credit: Steve Agee
Wednesday 17/5 20:30, Tel Aviv Port
Direction: Mat Whitecross
Great Britain 2016, 117 minutes, English, English subtitles
Noel Gallagher once said that "Oasis was the Ferrari of Rock and Roll. You couldn't take your eyes off it, but once in a while it got out of control". An intimate, hit-laden film which narrates the rise of the band that has defined English music in the nineties."
19:30 – DJ Yashiv Cohen and Dana Kessler
Credit: Jill Furmanovsky