Dan Salmon is a screen writer, producer and director of Octopus Films. He has interviewed authors at the Auckland Writers Festival and connected across the screen and literary arts.
As a film and television writer and director, some of Dan's favourite projects include: the festival documentary 'Pictures of Susan', political bio-documentary 'Helen Clark – The Road to Power', a look at voluntary euthanasia 'A Good Way to Die?', The Polynesian Panthers, Made in Taiwan, his one sports documentary Underarm, The Ball that Changed Cricket. And most recently, Origins - with Scotty Morrison for TVNZ 1. Dan was for three years as president of the Screen Director's Guild.