We know by now that the Slovenian representatives in this year’s contest, Joker Out, were the first to record their postcard, and now we get more details about this year’s Eurovision postcards, which are the short videos in-between every entry during the live shows.
The 2023 Eurovision postcards
Last Monday, February 20th 2023, the British national broadcaster, and one of this year’s hosts, the BBC, gave an update concerning details of the 2023 Eurovision postcards.
They announced that “Windfall Films” is the British production company that is going to direct and produce this year’s postcards; they will collaborate with “23/32”, a Ukrainian production company, since the 2023 postcards will refer to both last year’s winner, Ukraine, as well as the United Kingdom. All postcards will revolve around this year’s Eurovision them, “United by Music”.
What we know about the Slovenian 2023 postcard
What we know about the postcard of the Slovenian entrants, Joker Out, is the following: The band was filmed on the rooftop of a building where they play on a pinball machine. The Slovenian band emphasized on how important the pinball machine is to them, and that is also the reason why they want to have it in their postcard. What the pinball machine represents for Joker Out we will probably find out upcoming May when the Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place.
Joker Out was filmed in their home country Slovenia, so the 2023 postcards will not focus on Ukraine or the United Kingdom, but will feature the representants in their home country.
The Eurovision Song Contest 2023 will take place on May 9th, 11th, and 13th 2023 in Liverpool, United Kingdom. This year’s contest is a joint one, since Ukraine won last year, but cannot organize in their home country, because of the ongoing war with Russia.