Octopus Pictures

Director and co-producer Dan Salmon and producer Tash Christie have a long track records of making award-winning documentary and prime time factual TV. Making their documentary subjects accessible and entertaining is a challenge they embrace. Together they created the Qantas award-winning documentary ‘A Good Way to Die?’ that follows three New Zealanders who believe in voluntary euthanasia. At the 2012 NZ Film Festival they premiered their feature-length project, ‘Pictures of Susan’, a profile of the ‘outsider artist’ Susan King, who stopped talking at the age of four. A more recent project was the two part documentary aired on TV3, Helen Clark – ‘The Road to Power’.

Creative Practice totally live up to their title! As a boutique film company, it’s essential our work is presented in a creative and visually memorable way, from pitch to delivery. Creative Practice have worked alongside us on most of our documentary productions and have created a portfolio of products from international pitch documents and signature folders, to promotional flyers/ posters and DVD covers for distribution. In every instance, they’ve delivered above and beyond the brief. We always anticipate their ideas and designs with a genuine excitement. 

Tash Christie & Dan Salmon 
Octopus Pictures 

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