No Thing Productions is a film production company working in drama and documentary. Its mission is to engage, entertain, educate, enlighten and enrich.
Brooke Silcox Producerbrooke@no-thing.co
Brooke Silcox has three degrees: Fine Arts, Communication and Cultural Studies (with a major in Performing Arts) and Juris Doctor Law. She has practised as a Banking & Finance lawyer for international Top Tier firm Allens Linklaters. While a lawyer, working on some of the largest corporate and finance transactions in Australia, Brooke was the state coordinator of the firm's Reconciliation Action Plan with Indigenous Australia and balanced a producing career. In 2016, she won the Emerging Producer Initiative of $100,000 to go to professional and production development in drama and documentary. She founded the production company No Thing Productions and commenced full time producing.
Her work includes Rockabul (feature documentary, World Premiere Rotterdam International Film Festival, Nominated Documentary Australia Foundation Award); Judas Collar (short film, World Premiere Sydney Film Festival (SFF), Special Mention Best Direction SFF, Nominated Best Short Film Melbourne International Film Festival (MIFF), Nominated AACTA Awards for Best Australian Short Film; Meal Tickets (feature documentary, World Premiere MIFF, Won Best Australian Documentary at Melbourne Documentary Film Festival (MDFF); Home the Art of Ian Strange (Online Web Series for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC), The Bad Guy: Abdul Abdullah (short documentary for the ABC).
Her Fine Art background informed numerous years working in the art and costume department of the film and TV industry. Productions include the films: The Knowing, Blessed, The Killer Elite, The Turning, and the Australian television series Winners and Losers, among many others. She has also curated exhibitions including Create the Example for the Human Rights Arts & Film Festival on social impact.
She is currently selected by Screen Producers Australia as one of the top twenty emerging producers in Australia as part of the "Ones to Watch" Program.