Eurovision 2021: Seven countries will be directed by Marvin Dietmann!

Not one, not two, but seven countries will be directed by the talented Austrian director Marvin Dietmann! He is truly without exaggeration one of the people who will be discussed more during the Eurovision 2021 season next May!

Who is Marvin Dietmann?

Marvin Dietmann is a director – who has produced numerous television shows, films, music videos, theatrical productions and concerts throughout Europe. Marvin was born in Vienna, Austria and started dancing at the age of six. At the age of 13 he started a professional ballet class and appeared in many classical ballets, including Swanlake and Nutcracker. At the age of 16, he changed his educational direction and studied musical theater, where he trained in singing and acting.

As a young music actor, he has worked in some of the leading theaters and television channels in Austria and Germany. After a huge injury at the age of 22, he changed his career again, studying photography and began his first productions as an art director.

It is not at all unrelated to the Eurovision contest, since we mention that he was responsible for directing the winning participation of Austria in 2014 with Conchita Wurst, but also the winning participation in the ranking of committees, Austria in 2018. director of the Viewing Room at the Tel Aviv event.

The countries he will direct

Seven countries have entrusted him with directing their participation on the stage of the Ahoy Arena in the 65th Eurovision Song Contest. These are:

  • Austria
  • Czech republic
  • Bulgaria
  • Cyprus
  • Spain
  • Croatian
  • Estonia

Other directors who will be editing more than one country are of course Fokas Evangelinos, who has taken over Greece and Moldova, but also Sacha Jean-Baptiste who will direct the entries of Switzerland, Sweden, Georgia and Albania.

Czech Republic: Listen to the final version of “Kemama”

Finally, the negative criticism of the new version of “Kemama” made him make some changes and today announce the final version of the song, as it will compete at Eurovision 2020.

Benny Cristo via social media had stated that he was taking the comments he received very seriously and that he and his team were examining what went wrong.

You can listen to the final version of Kemama below:

The Czech Republic: Benny Cristo is thinking of competing with the original version of Kemama and not with the revamp

Just yesterday (10/3) Benny Cristo, this year’s Czech representative at the contest, released the version he was going to compete in at Eurovision 2020. But the negative comments he received seemed to cast doubt on whether he should really compete with the revamp or keep the original version.

“I have to find out if it is really wrong or if the negative comments come from the adjustment an ear has to go through, which is used to the old version. to see if something went wrong”.

(Benny Cristo for the revamp of Kemam)

Listen to the older version:

Czech Republic: Listen to the final version of “Kemama” for Eurovision 2020

The final version of “Kemama”, the song by which Benny Cristo will represent the Czech Republic at the 65th Eurovision Song Contest, was released recently.

Immediately following his victory in the country’s national final for Eurovision 2020, Benny Cristo had revealed he would revamp his participation. You can listen to it below: