No Thing Productions is a film, TV and emerging technologies production company with a desire to support creatives working in the arts and humanitarian stories. No Thing has worked in documentary and scripted narrative. It's name is embedded in moving towards a more sustainable society where thought is privileged and it's mission is to engage, entertain, educate, enlighten and enrich.
Brooke Silcox Producerbrooke@no-thing.co
Brooke Silcox recently won the Screenwest Emerging Producer Initiative of $100,000 to go towards professional and production development. Brooke worked in the art and costume departments of the film industry for five years then became a Banking & Finance lawyer for international law firm Allens / Linklaters to return to film as a producer many years later. She founded the production company No Thing Productions and has post produced RocKabul which is a feature documentary about self expression in Afghanistan during the height of the war which recently was selected to have its World Premiere at IFFR (February 2018), Judas Collar (2018) a short film on the camel culling practice in Australia, she has produced a ten year in the making feature roc-doc called Meal Tickets (Best Australian Documentary 2017, Melbourne Documentary Film Festival), a 6 x 5 minute series on artist Ian Strange (ABC, Screen Australia, Screenwest) a short documentary on political artist Abdul Abdullah (ABC, Screenwest) and she recently associate produced the post production on the feature film Jirga directed by Benjamin Gilmour and produced by Felix Media. Brooke comes from a fine art background studying at Kalamunda High School as part of the special art program for students gifted and talented in the arts and has three degrees: Fine Arts, Communication & Cultural Studies which she studied at Curtin University (Western Australia) and Oxford Brookes University (UK) and Juris Doctor - Law from the University of Melbourne.