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Debra Lyn: Part 1 (Reel 1 of 2) I Can't Remember To Forget You: Nashville Floods 2010

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Published on Oct 25, 2010

Part 1, Reel 1 of Debra Lyn's documentary on the Nashville Floods, May 2010

For more info: www.debralyn.com
Click on "Nashville Floods 2010" logo

Host / Narration: Debra Lyn
www.DebraLyn.com

Special Guest, Flood Footage and Photos:
Stacie Huckeba
www.imagesbystacie.com

Thank you is not enough to say to Stacie Huckeba
for allowing us to use her footage & photos of the flood
and for graciously appearing in front of the camera to give us her unique perspective.

A very special thank you to our composers without whom this documentary surely would not be complete:

Elik Alvarez and Freddy Sheinfeld

Music Mind Tracks
www.musicmindtracks.com

Paul W. Rucker
www.musicscapes.net

The documentary was produced, directed, shot and edited by Jeff Silverman
www.PaletteMusic.net

"I Can't Remember To Forget You"
by: Debra Lyn and Jeff Silverman

Music Editor:
Jeff Silverman

Intro and Outro footage shot by:
Shari Belafonte and Sam Behrens
For: Sowelu Entertainment
Edited by: Jeff Silverman

Many more thanks to:

Hellmut Wolf for your belief in me and inspiring the making of this documentary.
www.SavvyMuzik.com.au

Hands On Nashville / Becky Seip
www.HON.org

Catherine Mayhew
Community Resource Center
www.crcnashville.org

Gayle Hellemn. Dawn Schmidbauer
Jana Foster, Terri Brinegar,
Jake Unger, Troy Klontz

Jim Haydon:
Complex One Digital Post
ADR restoration

*******

Notes from Stacie:

My enduring gratitude to the affected residents of
East Nashville for allowing me into their homes and lives

Overwhelming applause to Catherine McTamaney and Alan Murdock
at the Arthouse Gardens for organizing, leading and inspiring us
to help change the world. And lastly, to my friends and neighbors who put
on gloves, hauled debris, cleaned, counseled, lended boats,
drove trucks, brought in recruits, saved pets made donations, baked cookies,
brought food and 1,000 other things;
You make me proud to call Nashville Home.

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