Rory Feek Honors Late Wife Joey Feek With a Documentary, 'To Joey With Love'

The musician says he wants to "continue to tell her beautiful story."

— -- Country singer Rory Feek is honoring his late wife, Joey Feek, by making a movie about her life.

"To Joey, With Love" will hit theaters on Tuesday, September 20, for one night only.

The film documents the last two years of the couple's life together, beginning a few weeks before their daughter Indiana was born in February 2014, until this past spring.

"Joey didn’t live to see her 41st birthday, but this September, just a week or so after her birthday on the 9th...my wife will get the chance to live again," he wrote on his blog, This Life I Live. "On a movie screen, her heart will start beating and her story will come to life once more and it will be my gift to her. And to our girls. And to our friends and family and all who loved her."

Joey Feek was 40 when she died this past March, following a nearly two-year battle with cervical cancer. She is survived by her husband, Rory Feek, 49, their daughter Indiana, 2, and his two daughters from a previous relationship, Heidi and Hopie. Yesterday would have been the couple's 14th wedding anniversary.

"I just want to lift my bride up… and continue to tell her beautiful story, while Indy and I live out the new one that God is now writing," Rory Feek wrote. "I am looking forward to spending the rest of this summer working on the film here at home (with Daniel and Aaron and Gabe and some other friends who are working on it with me)… and watching this story unfold. Again."