‘National Anthem Girl’ – New Documentary Highlights Patriotic Accomplishment of NY Singer.
The story of Long Island native Janine Stange’s, 2-year journey to become the first person in US history to perform The Star Spangled Banner in all 50 states is chronicled in ‘National Anthem Girl’, a new documentary from Kelly’s Filmworks Studios. Watch now on Amazon Prime.
Watch Janine discuss the film on Fox News @ Night here.
Producers Jefferson Moore and Kelly Worthington on WAVE3 here.
Learn more about Janine’s motivational speaking here.
What started as a desire to honor America’s brave led to a remarkable cross-country journey that would change one woman’s life forever, as she sought to become the first person in history to perform The National Anthem in all 50 United States.
That’s the basis for the new Amazon Prime documentary, ‘National Anthem Girl’, produced by Kelly’s Filmworks Studios, an independent film company known primarily for bringing inspirational narratives to the big screen. ‘Anthem Girl’ marks the studio’s first documentary project.
Narrated by Janine Stange herself, the documentary follows the self-financed two-year journey that saw her going from a frustrated singer, living in L.A. with visions of stardom, to a dedicated one-woman show on a state-by-state mission to spread American pride and to display gratitude for the brave men and women the Anthem represents.
The documentary takes the audience on a cross-country travelogue of sorts, with Stange supplying anecdotes of a pilgrimage that saw her performing the National Anthem in high-profile boxing rings, major league baseball stadiums, hockey rinks, NASCAR events, NFL gridirons, and also less colorful venues such as donkey basketball tournaments, car show tents, and even ‘The Center of the Universe’ in an Idaho mining town.
Stange completed her mission on August 28, 2014, singing the anthem before the Tennessee Titans vs. Minnesota Vikings game at LP Stadium in Nashville, TN.
Several national news outlets including: TODAY, NBC Nightly News, and Fox & Friends covered the accomplishment.
Since ending the anthem mission, Stange has continued to travel the country, giving motivational speeches at corporate events, while also remaining active with military and veteran benefiting programs.
A portion of proceeds from the film are being donated to several organizations whose sole purpose is the support of U.S. military personnel, past and present.
Inquiries and interview requests should be directed to Ashley at producer-@-kellysfilmworks.net.
You can also purchase copies of the DVD or stream from www.AnthemGirlDoc.com.