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Eurovision Diaries

Eurovision Diaries is a documentary about the die-hard fans of the Eurovision Song Contest around the world, and it has been filmed by the fans themselves.

  • Conchita Wurst waiting for the 2019 semifinal results | Copyright: © Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company

    Conchita Wurst waiting for the 2019 semifinal results © Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company

  • Krista Siegfrids and William from Wiwibloggs, the biggest Eurovision fan media | Copyright: © Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company

    Krista Siegfrids and William from Wiwibloggs, the biggest Eurovision fan media © Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company

  • Dora Royale, a fan and 4-time winner of the Dutch Eurovision Song Transfestival | Copyright: © Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company

    Dora Royale, a fan and 4-time winner of the Dutch Eurovision Song Transfestival © Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company

To the average TV-audience, it is a song contest that takes place in May, but the fans live the Eurovision era around the year, and all over the world. They have their own Eurovision camps and cruises, and they make their own versions of the songs. An essential part of the fandom is the fan media, which covers Eurovision-related news 24/7. This documentary takes us on a musical tour from Wales to Mexico, from Finland to the Netherlands, from Ukraine to Australia, from the Philippines to Argentina. The whole world has been affected by Eurovision mania!

English title Eurovision Diaries
Genre Music documentary
Production year 2020
Duration 58 min
Video format HD
Audio format M&E
Production Company Yle, the Finnish Broadcasting Company
Producer Sami Hahtala
Director Pia Asikainen
Distribution TV Yle Sales
Distribution VOD Yle Sales

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