A new film called ‘Euro Euphoria’ will follow and document what it is like to be a fan of the Eurovision Song Contest. The documentary comes from film maker Ermo Saks and is produced by Estonian production house Full Frontal Films with some help from Estonian Public Broadcasting (ERR). It lasts for 65 minutes and when necessary has subtitles in English.
The film is unique in that it does not solely focus on the performers, delegations or the long and colourful history of the song contest but on the most important partakers of the past few decades; the fans. It follows a number of fans adventures on the sidelines of the competition as they travel from all over the world to the host city to see their favourite acts perform. As well as this you are given some behind the scenes footage to answer the question what makes Eurovision so popular?
You can check out the trailer for the film here:
Like what you see, then you can purchase and watch the documentary online here.