Dark Horse Films
Stef Harris formed Dark Horse Films in 2005 to make the award winning feature
film 'The Waimate Conspiracy.' The film was a critical and commercial success winning
best film awards in New Zealand, Australia and Canada and screening in film
Dark Horse Films went on to produce Stef's second feature film 'No Petrol, No Diesel' starring some of New Zealand's finest acting talent including, Jim Moriarty, David McPhail and Mark Hadlow. Most recently they produced 'Blue Moon', which was featured in the New Zealand International Film Festival.
Writer/Director Stef Harris first novel was 'The Waikikamukau Conspiracy' a humorous
story about a disputed land claim in a small town. The book was published
to critical acclaim and gained many positive literary reviews.
Readers of Stef's first book agreed the story would make a good film and as a result Stef created the film version "The Waimate Conspiracy". No one was more surprised than the first time Director himself, when the film went on to win four Best film Awards.
Stef's 2018 feature film 'Blue Moon' won numerous international awards and was selected for Cannes Cinephiles 2020.
Stef’s new crime novel ‘Double Jeopardy’ is published by Quentin Wilson Publishing.
Stef Harris is represented by Stacey Testro International:
8265 Sunset Blvd Ste 102, West Hollywood CA 90046