The 40 competing countries in the 2015 Eurovision Song Contest have been recording their Eurovision presentation postcards in the past weeks.
ORF’s special crews have flown to all the competing countries in order to film the first part of the Eurovision presentation postcards. In the first part of the postcards the competing acts receive a special surprise parcel from Austria in their respective native countries. The first part of the postcards have been filmed in the 40 competing nations.
Whilst the 2nd part of the presentation postcard has been filmed either in Vienna or throughout Austria, and will showcase the 40 competing acts in the 2015 Eurovision host country. The postcards will depict the beauty of Austria and will portray the Eurovision artists enjoying the sights and sounds of Austria. Acts from the 40 competing nations have travelled to Austria prior to the competition in order to film the second part of their respective Eurovision postcards.
Edurne from Spain will be depicted in the Austrian Tyrol mountains where she will get a chance to enjoy the scenic mountain scene and meet the wolves in the forrest. Monika from Poland will be depicted in one of Vienna’s most fashionable cafes and cake shops in Vienna, namely Cafe Demel making and baking the famous Sacher Cake. Daniel Kajmakoski from FYR Macedonia is seen skiing in the Alps.
Mans Zelmerlow from Sweden travelled to Salzburg to record the 2nd part of his postcard,where he is seen in an astronaut’s
Video showing the backstage of the postcard filming in Vienna with the Polish and Icelandic acts aired on ORF’s Vienna Calling show, video courtesy of: eurovision-austria.com/ ORF.
ORF, the Austrian national broadcaster is working round the clock in order to showcase an extraordinary and entertaining show come May.
The 2015 Eurovision Song Contest is scheduled to be held on 19, 21 and 23 May at the Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna, Austria.