Harley  Cokeliss
In Hollywood he made BLACK MOON RISING, starring Tommy Lee Jones, and Linda Hamilton for New World Pictures. The film received a BEST FILM nomination at 'MystFest', the International Mystery Film Festival at Cattolica 
in Italy. MALONE, starring Burt Reynolds, Cliff Robertson and Lauren Hutton, followed the next year for Orion Pictures.

Returning to London, he made the surreal horror thriller DREAM DEMON 
for Palace Pictures. The film was chosen for festivals in London, 
Avoriaz, Edinburgh, Dublin, and Rio. Stars Jemma Redgrave and Kathleen 
Wilhoite shared the  Best Actress Prize at the Paris Festival of Science-Fiction 
and Fantasy Films in 1990 for their work in the audacious and technically 
advanced film, which also  received  a Best Film nomination at the at 
Fantasporto Festival.

Harley returned to New Zealand to make HERCULES AND THE LOST KINGDOM for Sam Raimi and Rob Tapert’s Renaissance Pictures and Universal Television.  The two-hour film became the pilot for the successful television series.  Later Harley directed episodes of both the HERCULES series and its spin-off, XENA, WARRIOR PRINCESS. 
Harley directed THE RUBY RING for Hallmark Productions and Producer Don Reynolds.  Shot in Scotland, the film starred Rutger Hauer, Judy Parfitt, and Samantha Bond and introduced Emily Hamilton as a time-traveling teenager.  The film was chosen as the Thanksgiving Day Special for the SHOWTIME CHANNEL.