(Nashville, March 23, 2011) In May, 2010, Nashville and the state of Tennessee were devastated by historic flooding that killed many people and caused over $1 billion in damage. Two weeks later, over 40 Nashville artists and musicians, including Michelle, joined together with a production/ engineering team and music video director, Julian Chojnacki, to record the benefit song City of Dreams: Artists for Tennessee Flood Relief, written by Victoria Banks. All participants and facilities donated their time and services. All proceeds from both the Song and the Music Video City Of Dreams: Artists for Tennessee Flood Relief have been, and continue to be, donated to the American Red Cross to assist the people of Tennessee.

Recently Director Chojnacki was notified that City Of Dreams: Artists for Tennessee Flood Relief has been selected for the 2011 Nashville Film Festival, held April 14-21, to compete in the Tennessee Shorts category. The official letter of acceptance from the Festival stated,”Your film was selected from more than 2,400 entries because of its quality and because we felt it best suited our mission and our local audience.”

City Of Dreams: Artists for Tennessee Flood Relief will be screened on the Festval’s opening night, Thursday, April 14, at 7:00 p.m. in the Regal Green Hills Stadium 16, located at 3815 Green Hills Village Drive in Nashville, next to the Mall at Green Hills. An additional screening is slated for Sunday night, April 17, at 7:30 p.m. General Public tickets will be available for purchase online atwww.nashvillefilmfestival.org beginning Thursday, April 7.

Click here to watch the video. More information about the 2011 Nashville Film Festival is available here.