Some songs leave marks. Songs that become classics of a culture. This is what program National Anthem wanted to reflect during November 2005 and January 2006. The program intended to reflect those songs of national composers and singers that everyone can hum. Hosted by singer Javiera Parra, the program looked into the history of classics of Chilean romantic, tropical, popular, rock, folk and cueca music. This seven-episode documentary series featured more than 50 musicians as renowned as José Alfredo Fuentes, Luis Jara, Los Tres, Miriam Hernández and Palmenia Pizarro, among others. The project, from Channel 13 Bicentenary Area and La Familia producing company, was directed by Carlos Moen, had a good reception from the audience and its peers and was nominated to the Altazor 206 Award.
Series written and directed by: Carlos Moena
Executive Producer (La Familia): Sergio Gándara
Executive Producer (Canal 13): Alberto Gesswein
Production Manager: Paula Sáenz-Laguna
General Editor: Jorge Leiva
Journalistic Editor: Leonora González, Jorge Leiva, María José Pavlovic, José Elías
Musicology: Juan Pablo González R.
Camera: Pablo Valdés, Diego Pequeño, Pablo Letelier, Carlos Moena, Catalina Vergara
Direct Sound: Boris Herrera, Alexander Mederos, Juan Pablo Manríquez
Editor: Cristóbal Hurtado, Carlos Moena
Image Post-production: Daniel Dávila, Jaime Gándara
Sound Post-production: Vanya Cosin
Canal Emisor: Canal 13 (C13, Chile)
Episodios: 10 episodes x 60 minutes