2018 Cannes Film Festival: Radio Festival returns

Radio Festival 2018 © Festival de Cannes

Radio Festival 2018 © Festival de Cannes

Radio Festival, the official webradio of the Festival de Cannes launched to mark the event’s 70th anniversary, is returning in 2018. Experience the event in different way live on Radio Festival via the Festival de Cannes official website and mobile app.

A professional, freewheeling and wide-ranging radio station is back. A space for analysis, a laboratory for ideas, brings together the widest audience.

Radio Festival has a daily schedule of programs offering debates, encounters and interviews, news and backstage insights from the Official Selection and reportages from the Croisette. It will also have a musical playlist linked to the cinema, with an emphasis on film scores from previous selections, but also soundtracks from lesser known, rare and independent films.

With simultaneous translation of interviews in English, Radio Festival will broadcast 24 hours a day in French. New for 2018 is an English program that will be broadcast every evening with a round-up of news from the Festival.

The radio station will be broadcast on the official Festival de Cannes website and mobile app and will also be available on Deezer. You can catch up with previous broadcasts on podcast platforms including iTunes and SoundCloud.

From May 8, 2018 to May 19, 2018, the Radio Festival studio will be based right in the heart of the festival headquarters, in the Salle Méditerranée. See you from now for Radio Festival’s first live broadcasts!

Follow Radio Festival on Facebook and Twitter.

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