Brooke Silcox (AUS)
Brooke Silcox recently won the $100,000 Emerging Producer Initiative from ScreenWest to develop a slate of documentary, film and TV projects over the next year.
Most recently she produced the Arts Bites Series Home: The Art of Ian Strange, a six by five-minute series for ABC iView. She also produced the 12-years-in-the-making feature rock-doc Meal Tickets, which premiered at the Melbourne International Film Festival (2016), the Behind the Scenes documentary for Ben Young’s film, Hounds of Love with Factor30Films (2016), the Art X West documentary for ABC iView on artist Abdul Abdullah titled The Bad Guy (2014) and commercials for Etihad Stadium and the Melbourne Cup (Victoria Park Racing).
Prior to producing, Brooke worked in the art and costume departments for film and television in Melbourne and Perth. Productions included Underbelly, The Knowing, The Killer Elite, Winners & Losers, The Turning and most recently Kelrick Martin’s short film Karroyul.
Brooke was also a Banking & Finance Lawyer for International Law Firm Allens/Linklaters, volunteered for Arts Law Australia and interned at Media Arts Lawyers (Melbourne).
She has degrees in Juris Doctor: Law, Fine Arts (Performing Arts) and Communication & Cultural Studies.