The radio will have a leading role in this tenth anniversary of the International Short Film Festival of Bueu. From the town, two well-known cultural programmes are going to be live broadcasted: ‘El séptimo vicio’ (‘The seventh bad habit’) and ‘Carne cruda’ (‘Raw meat’).
Coffee in ‘El séptimo vicio’. Monday 11 / Tuesday 12 / Wednesday 13 / Thursday 14 – 16:30 p.m. Multipurpose room of Massó Museum.
All along the week of the festival, ‘El séptimo vicio’ will move to Bueu in order to record four programmes, between Monday 11th and Thursday 14th. From 16:30 p.m. and during 60 minutes, Javier Tolentino and his team will turn the multipurpose room of Massó Museum into a radio studio. The recording will be open to the public, who may have the opportunity to meet and live the radio from within while enjoying a tasty coffee. The space will hold the interviews to the international filmmakers who participate in FICBUEU and will be complemented with live music by Pablo Seijas, Gold&Colt, María do Ceo and Seso Durán.
‘Carne cruda’ live tour. Saturday 16th – 19:45 p.m. Outside area of Centro Social do Mar.
The radio programme ‘Carne cruda’ will take place live on Saturday 16th of September at 19:45 p.m. from the outside area of Centro Social do Mar. Javier Gallego, ‘Crudo’, will interview some renowned professionals that will come to the town to participate in FICBUEU 2017. We will also have the opportunity to analyse the tenth edition of the contest and to enjoy live music performances. ‘Carne cruda’ is a critic programme with a great cultural content that conjugates social activism, politics, news, humour and music. The programme is broadcasted online three times a week in its own website and in eldiario.es.