A team of amazing people striving to produce compelling films
We are a team that listens to our subjects, to each other and the story. Quietly listening is key. While we want you to see and appreciate our integrity, we also want you to be spell bound and delighted, whether that be by the language you hear, the music that delights and supports the story or the powerful visual images.
Silk Scroll Productions
Delving into the past to help shape the future
In all cases, understanding History is integral to a good understanding of the condition of being human. That allows people to build, and, as may well be necessary, also to change, upon a secure
© Penelope J. Corfield 2008Professor of History at Royal Holloway, University of London
“You’re never going to kill storytelling because it’s built into the human plan. We come with it.”
Margaret Atwood. Poet, novelist, critic.
Fundraising with Tehama County Historical Society & Presentation of Solitary Strength
SOLITARY STRENGTH will be shown on Saturday, June 8th at the Main Event Gallery on 710 Main St. in Red Bluff. Doors will open at 7:00 pm and the film will be shown at 7:30 pm. $10 admission at the door. This will be a benefit for the Tehama County Genealogy and Historical Society.
Trudy Duisenberg has spent most of her adult life in some form of a story telling business. She began in the areas of marketing and contracts in textbook publishing. Next came a stint in an Intellectual Property law firm and several years with an advertising agency. Trudy’s last corporate position was in public relations for a community hospital in her hometown of Chico in northern California.
Along the way she also had a small press (one of her titles was featured in PEOPLE magazine and was auctioned to Bantam.) She has placed in screenwriting competitions and continues to work on scripts. Her first documentary was The USA vs Tokyo Rose, which was nominated for an Emmy in 1995.