Daniel Sackheim is an Emmy Award-winning, Film & Television director and producer best known for his work on such acclaimed television series as HBO’s True Detective, Game of Thrones, Jack Ryan and The Americans.
A partial list of his directorial credits include M. Night Shyamalan’s Servant, Better Call Saul, Jack Ryan, The Leftovers, Man in the High Castle, The Walking Dead and HBO’s critically acclaimed Lovecraft Country. Sackheim’s feature film credits include the Sony Pictures Thriller, The Glass House, which he directed, and stars Diane Lane, Stella Skarsgard and Leelee Sobieski.
In 2020 Dan co-founded Bedrock Entertainment (a label of ITV America) where he serves as Co-CEO and Producer. Bedrock, which is a Los Angeles based Television production company develops and produces prestige content for streamers and premium cable platforms. A partial list of projects in late-stage development include: One, the only scripted television series to filmed in cooperation with F-1©, as well as Last Men Out, which tells the story of famed Brooklyn fire company, Rescue 2, recounting tales of heroism and their many acts of sacrifice on 911, and into the dark days which followed.
On the photography front: Dan is a finalist in the 2023 Critical Mass competition.
His personal project, Unseen, is a Film Noir inspired portrait of a city considered the birthplace of that genre. The series explores one of America’s most enigmatic urban jungles to excavate the past, and stare into the faces of ghosts long forgotten. Unseen is currently on exhibit at New York’s SoHo Photo Gallery, through Sept. 3rd.