Butterfly effect
The city of Malmö recently released a new video covering the butterfly effect of Eurovision Song contest being held in the city.  The video is featuring everything from the opening ceremony to Eurovision fans dancing in the street of Malmö. The Eurovision Song Contest had a big impact on the city and the people in Malmö, Europe literally made a party all over Malmö.

“Malmö City has been on their toes and listened to the values ​​that we put forward initially. They welcomed Europe to their city while creating a passion that will last and all that stuff that lies within the words “We Are One”.“– Martin Österdahl – Executive Producer SVT

[vsw id=”yRiK3b_BVI8″ source=”youtube” width=”630″ height=”360″ autoplay=”no”] Behind the scenes documentary
Seven months after hosting the Eurovision Song Contest, SVT is now releasing a behind the scenes documentary. We get to meet some of the most responsible people involved and find out what went wrong during the contest.

“You could say that all fluency we had during the first semi-finals had to be paid for when it came to the rehearsal before the final. It was very difficult.” – Petra Mede

In the behind the scenes footage we will also see what happens in the control room during the live shows, the joy and sorrow of the artists and the feeling after one year of working is over.

Aired on SVT1 & SVT Play 22.35 28th of December.

Follow Robin Stjernberg’s journey to Eurovision
Exclusive footage of Robin’s journey from Melodifestivalen to representing the host country in Eurovision Song Contest. In this documentary you will join with Robin backstage and meet dancers, artists and TV producers and get some new fresh mingle with the hosts and artists of Melodifestivalen 2014.

Aired on SVT1 & SVT Play 22.30 4th of January.

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