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    Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020)

    Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020)

    Soundtracks (32)

    Sá Ég Spóa

    Traditional

    Performed by Savanna Tríó

    Courtesy of Alda Music ehf

    Waterloo

    Written by Björn Ulvaeus (as Bjorn Ulvaeus), Stig Anderson, Benny Andersson

    Performed by ABBA

    Courtesy of Polar Music International AB/Universal Music Sweden

    Under licence from Universal Music Operations Ltd

    Volcano Man

    Written and Produced by Gustaf Holter and Christian Persson

    Performed by Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Molly Sandén

    Happy

    Written by Pharrell Williams

    Produced by Nevin, co-produced by Savan Kotecha

    Performed by Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Molly Sandén

    Jaja Ding Dong

    Written and Produced by Gustaf Holter and Christian Persson

    Performed by Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Molly Sandén

    In the Mirror

    Written and Produced by Jörgen Elofsson

    Performed by Demi Lovato

    Heyr, Himna Smiður

    Written by Þorkell Sigurbjörnsson and Kolbeinn Tumason

    Performed by Ellen Kristjánsdóttir

    Courtesy of Alda Music ehf

    Brand New

    Written by Karl Zine and Isabel Warner

    Performed by Karl Zine

    Courtesy of Karl Zine/Wow and Flutter Music Ltd

    La Di Da

    Written by Chris Hutchings and Naomi Hammerton

    Performed by Linden

    Courtesy of Wow & Flutter Music Ltd

    Felis Lunar

    Written by Alvia Islandia and Friðrik Thorlacius

    Performed by Alvia Islandia

    Courtesy of Gumgumclan and Mike the Jacket

    Double Trouble

    Written by Savan Kotecha, Arnthor Birgisson and Rami Yacoub

    Produced by Savan Kotecha, and Arnthor Birgisson and Rami Yacoub for MXM Productions

    Performed by Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Molly Sandén

    Amar Pelos Dois

    Written by Luísa Sobral

    Performed by Salvador Sobral

    Courtesy of Framboesaealecrim, licensiado à SME Portugal, Sociedade Unipessoal, Lda and Sony Music Entertainment Portugal

    Lion of Love

    Written by Savan Kotecha, Johan Carlsson and Rami Yacoub

    Produced by Savan Kotecha, and Johan Carlsson and Rami Yacoub for MXM Productions

    Performed by Erik Mjönes

    Push It.

    Written by Jonathan Christiansen and Michael Cipriani

    Performed by Fitty Fitty.

    Courtesy of Heatrøck, LLC

    Don't Wanna Leave

    Written by Marcas Harris and David Boenzi

    Performed by Mr Robotic feat. David Boenzi (as DJ Bam Bam)

    Courtesy of Music and Robots

    A Grand Love Theme

    Written by Kid Loco (as Jean-Yves Prieur)

    Performed by Kid Loco

    Courtesy of Wagram Music

    Song-a-Long

    Arranged and Produced by Alana Da Fonseca

    Performed by (in order of appearance) John Lundvik, Anna Odobescu, Bilal Hassani, Loreen, Jessy Matador, Petra Nielsen, Will Ferrell, Jamala, Erik Mjönes, Molly Sandén (as Molly Sanden), Alexander Rybak, Elina Nechayeva, Conchita Wurst, Netta Barzilai (as Netta), Alana Da Fonseca

    Believe

    Written by Brian Higgins, Paul Barry, Steve Torch

    Ray of Light

    Written by Clive Maldoon, Dave Curtiss, Madonna, William Orbit, Christine Leach

    Waterloo

    Written by Björn Ulvaeus (as Bjorn Ulvaeus), Stig Anderson, Benny Andersson

    Ne Partez pas sans Moi

    Music by Atilla Sereftug

    Lyrics by Nella Martinetti

    I Gotta Feeling

    Written by Fergie (as Stacy Ferguson), Taboo (as Jaime Gomez), Will.i.am (as Will Adams), Fred Riesterer (as Frederic Riesterer), Apl.de.Ap (as Allan Pineda), David Guetta

    Húsavík (Hometown)

    Written by Savan Kotecha, Rickard Göransson, Max Grahn (as Fat Max Gsus)

    Produced by Savan Kotecha, and Rickard Göransson and Max Grahn (as Fat Max Gsus) for MXM Productions

    Performed by Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Molly Sandén

    Te Deum, H. 146: I. Prélude

    Written by Marc-Antoine Charpentier

    Performed by Les Arts Florissants and William Christie

    Courtesy of [PIAS] on behalf of Harmonia Mundi

    Running with the Wolves

    Written and Produced by Andreas Carlsson, Christoffer Lauridsen and Andreas Öberg

    Performed by Courtney Jenaé, Adam Grahn

    Fool Moon

    Written by Jake Gosling, Laura Hayden, Sam Monaghan

    Performed by Anteros

    Courtesy of Distiller Records LLP

    Hit My Itch

    Written and Produced by Richard Markmann, Dan Pinnella and Chris Wagner

    Performed by Antonio Sol, David Loucks, Taylor Lindersmith, Nicole Leonti

    Come and Play (Masquerade)

    Written and Produced by Thomas G:Son

    Performed by Petra Nielsen

    Coolin' with da Homies

    Written by Savan Kotecha, Rami Yacoub

    Produced by Savan Kotecha, and Rami Yacoub for MXM Productions

    Performed by Savan Kotecha

    Untitled No. 3

    Written by Sigur Rós (as Sigur Ros)

    Performed by Sigur Rós (as Sigur Ros)

    Courtesy of Warner Music UK Ltd.

    Svefn-G-Englar

    Written by Sigur Rós (as Sigur Ros)

    Performed by Sigur Rós (as Sigur Ros)

    Courtesy of Warner Music UK Ltd.

    Hoppipolla

    Written by Sigur Rós (as Sigur Ros)

    Performed by Sigur Rós (as Sigur Ros)

    Courtesy of Warner Music UK Ltd.

    Source : m.imdb.com

    Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

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    Eurovision Song Contest:

    The Story of Fire Saga

    Promotional film poster

    Directed by David Dobkin

    Written by Will Ferrell Andrew Steele Produced by Will Ferrell Jessica Elbaum Chris Henchy Starring Will Ferrell Rachel McAdams Dan Stevens Melissanthi Mahut Mikael Persbrandt

    Ólafur Darri Ólafsson

    Graham Norton Demi Lovato Pierce Brosnan

    Cinematography Danny Cohen

    Edited by Greg Hayden

    Music by Atli Örvarsson

    Production companies

    Gary Sanchez Productions

    Gloria Sanchez Productions

    EBU

    Distributed by Netflix

    Release date June 26, 2020

    Running time 123 minutes[1]

    Country United States

    Language English

    is a 2020 American romantic musical fantasy comedy film directed by David Dobkin, written by Will Ferrell and Andrew Steele, and starring Will Ferrell, Rachel McAdams, Dan Stevens, Melissanthi Mahut, Mikael Persbrandt, Ólafur Darri Ólafsson, Graham Norton, Demi Lovato, and Pierce Brosnan. The film follows the personally close Icelandic singers Lars Erickssong and Sigrit Ericksdóttir as they are given the chance to represent their country at the Eurovision Song Contest.

    was originally scheduled to release in May 2020 to coincide with the Eurovision Song Contest 2020. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the 2020 contest was cancelled, and the film was subsequently released a month later, on June 26, on Netflix.[2][3]

    received mixed reviews from critics, who praised the original music but criticised the two-hour runtime, but had a positive reception from many Eurovision fans.[4][5][6] The film received a nomination for Best Original Song at the 93rd Academy Awards (for "Husavik").[7]

    Contents

    1 Plot 2 Cast

    2.1 Special appearance

    3 Production 4 Soundtrack 4.1 Track listing 4.2 Charts 5 Release 6 Reception 7 Accolades

    8 In popular culture

    9 See also 10 References 11 External links

    Plot[edit]

    In the small town of Húsavík, Iceland, Lars Erickssong and Sigrit Ericksdóttir, best friends since childhood, make music together as the band Fire Saga, much to the dismay of Lars' widowed father, Erick ("Volcano Man"). Lars has one dream: to win the Eurovision Song Contest. But at the local bar where they perform, the only song the audience wants to hear is the suggestive nonsense song "Ja Ja Ding Dong". Sigrit's mother also disapproves of their partnership, saying that Lars is holding Sigrit back, and that she will never hit the "Speorg note"—a note that can only be sung when being your truest self—when singing with him. The pair apply and are randomly selected to take part in Söngvakeppnin, the Icelandic pre-selection for Eurovision. On the outskirts of town, Sigrit, who believes in the old Icelandic tradition of elves, asks the elves for help to get them into the contest in the hope that if Fire Saga wins, Lars will return Sigrit's romantic feelings for him. Lars is so ecstatic about their participation in the Icelandic song festival that he rings the bell tower, resulting in him being arrested by the police for signalling an emergency in a non-emergency. Lars, to his defense, states that the town is near death and that their participation in Söngvakeppnin is the town's only chance of being alive. They ultimately free him. Before they go up to the stage for their performance, Erick's ghost appears and warns Lars of his outfit, believing that everyone is going to laugh at him.

    Due to technical problems, Fire Saga's performance at Söngvakeppnin goes disastrously wrong ("Double Trouble"). Lars, dejected, declines to attend the boat party thrown for all the finalists and sits disappointed on the dock as Sigrit tries to comfort him. Suddenly, the boat explodes, killing everyone on board and leaving Fire Saga as the only surviving contestants and thus winners by default. Lars and Sigrit arrive in Edinburgh, Scotland, where Eurovision is being held ("Amar pelos dois"). Once there, they struggle with a new remix of their song and Lars' elaborate staging plans. They meet Alexander Lemtov, a Russian singer who is a favorite to win the contest ("Lion of Love"). Lars rebuffs Sigrit's advances, reiterating that they need to focus on the competition.

    Alexander invites Lars and Sigrit to a party at his house, attended by numerous real-life former Eurovision contestants, where he introduces them both to the Greek contestant Mita Xenakis. They join the other contestants in a "Song-A-Long" (a mashup of "Believe", "Ray of Light", "Ne partez pas sans moi", "Waterloo" and "I Gotta Feeling"). Alexander and Sigrit spend the night together, as do Lars and Mita, although neither pair becomes intimate. At their rehearsal, Sigrit expresses her hate for the new clothing and remix and asks Lars to go back to the way things originally were. Later back at the hotel, Lars overhears Sigrit working on a new song in their hotel room and presumes that it is a love song made for Alexander and that they are therefore pursuing a romantic relationship with each other.

    Source : en.wikipedia.org

    Spotify – Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (Music from the Netflix Film)

    Listen to Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (Music from the Netflix Film) on Spotify. Various Artists · Compilation · 2020 · 16 songs.

    COMPILATION

    COMPILATION Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (Music from the Netflix Film)

    Various Artists 2020

    16 songs, 42 min 35 sec

    # TITLE

    Double Trouble - Tiësto's Euro 90s Tribute Remix

    Will Ferrell, My Marianne, Tiësto

    2:28 Lion Of Love Erik Mjönes 2:47

    Coolin' With Da Homies

    Savan Kotecha 1:26 Volcano Man

    Will Ferrell, My Marianne

    1:21 Jaja Ding Dong

    Will Ferrell, My Marianne

    1:37 In The Mirror Demi Lovato 2:48 Happy

    Will Ferrell, My Marianne

    1:26

    Song-A-Long / Believe / Ray Of Light / Waterloo / Ne Partez pas Sans Moi / I Gotta Feeling

    Cast of Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga

    3:07

    Running With The Wolves

    Courtney Jenaé, Adam Grahn

    1:10 Fool Moon Anteros 3:26 Hit My Itch

    Antonio Sol, David Loucks, Taylor Lindersmith, Nicole Leonti

    2:04

    Come And Play - Masquerade

    Petra Nielsen 3:08 Amar Pelos Dois Salvador Sobral 3:05

    Husavik (My Hometown)

    Will Ferrell, My Marianne

    3:22

    Double Trouble - Film Version

    Will Ferrell, My Marianne

    2:54 Eurovision Suite Atli Örvarsson 6:19 June 26, 2020

    ℗ 2020 Maisie Music Publishing, LLC under exclusive license to Arista Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment. NETFLIX and related artwork: © Netflix, Inc. 2020. Used with permission.

    Source : open.spotify.com

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