Johanna ter Steege is a Dutch actress. She won the European Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her movie debut in The Vanishing
|Name||:||Johanna ter Steege|
|Birth Date||:||10 May 1961|
|Birth Place||:||Wierden, Netherlands|
And Then One Day 
De Beentjes van Sint Hildegard [13 February 2020 (Netherlands)]
De Bunker [1 October 1992]
De Bunker is a 1992 Dutch drama film directed by Gerard Soeteman.
De fuik [22 May 2008]
Simone has to protect her family when she realizes her father is going out of his mind and is on the verge of doing something awful.
De pianiste [Ben Sombogaart]
Een vrouw van het noorden [30 September 1999]
Eighth Graders Don't Cry [15 February 2012 (Netherlands)]
Akkie loves soccer and acts like a bully, then she gets leukaemia and has to fight for her life. She lets love into her life and gets the courage to accept whatever comes.
Für immer und immer 
A young girl is at the centre of a custody battle between her biological and adoptive mothers.
George Sluizer: Filming Beyond Boundaries [30 September 2006 (Netherlands)]
Goodbye [7 September 1995 (Netherlands)]
An intense love affair erupts completely spontaneously between two strangers, a preschool teacher named Laura (Johanna ter Steege) and a journalist named Jan (Guy van Sande). No words are exchanged until after their sudden sexual encounter, when Jan confesses that he is married and is unwilling to walk away from his wife. The film explores all the subtleties of romance as these two people try ever more frantically to come to terms with their intense attraction to each other.… MORE
Guernsey [25 August 2005 (Netherlands)]
Het Contract [Tim Klok]
Het mooiste wat er is [Danyael Sugawara]
Hier [6 August 2018]
The owner of an engineering firm travels to North Africa, where he confronts memories of his youth. The sudden reappearance of a past love leads him into a world where past and present intertwine.
History's Future [24 March 2016 (Netherlands)]
Having lost his memory after a mugging, a man known only as MP (Missing Person) sets out on a journey not only in search of his memory but perhaps also for a new identity.
I Don't Hear the Guitar Anymore [11 September 1991]
A man professes undying love for a woman, but continues to indulge in affairs.
Immortal Beloved [6 January 1995 (USA)]
This biography chronicles the life of infamous classical composer Ludwig van Beethoven (Gary Oldman) and his painful struggle with hearing loss. Following Beethoven's death in 1827, his assistant, Schindler (Jeroen Krabbé), searches for an elusive woman referred to in the composer's love letters as "immortal beloved." As Schindler solves the mystery, a series of flashbacks reveals Beethoven's transformation from passionate young man to troubled musical genius.… MORE
Istanbul [16 February 2012 (Hungary)]
55 year-old Katalin flees her dysfunctional family after her husband leaves her and finds herself in Istanbul where she develops a friendship with a married man.
L'Été indien 
L'insurgée [30 December 2009 (France)]
Last Conversation [23 January 2009]
Lilet Never Happened [November 2012 (India)]
Lilet, a Filipino street girl, struggles to survive as Claire, an international social worker, tries to save her.
Los chicos cool no lloran [Dennis Bots]
Magic Paris [Alice Winocour]
Mama's Proefkonijn [Monique van de Ven]
Mariken [22 October 2000]
Mariken is a 2000 Dutch film directed by André van Duren. The screenplay is based on Peter van Gestel's children's book Mariken, an adaptation the early sixteenth-century text Mariken van Nieumeghen.
Meeting Venus [18 September 1991 (France)]
An opera star (Glenn Close) falls for a married Hungarian conductor (Niels Arestrup) trying to do Wagner's "Tannhauser."
Menő gyerekek ne sírjatok! [Dennis Bots]
Nie słyszę już gitary [Philippe Garrel]
One Life Is Not Enough [17 March 2016 (Netherlands)]
Paradise Road [15 August 1997 (South Korea)]
A group of foreign women -- including an educated British musician (Glenn Close), an Australian nurse (Cate Blanchett) and an American socialite (Julianna Margulies) -- leave Singapore during World War II. When their boat is attacked, they wash up in Japanese-occupied Sumatra and end up in a POW camp. Conditions there are grim, with prisoners brutally punished for minor violations. But the captives soon decide to form a singing group that just may lift these very different women out of misery.… MORE
Rembrandt [9 August 1999]
The master artist (Klaus Maria Brandauer) reflects on his works, his wives and children and some determinedly eccentric behavior.
Sea of Silence 
Sergeant Pepper [6 December 2004 (Hamburg)]
A dog inherits his owner's fortune, and the man's two children plot to steal all the wealth.
Someone Else's Happiness [7 December 2005 (Belgium)]
When Christine (Ina Geerts) finds a small boy who has been killed by a hit-and-run driver, it sends shock waves through a small Belgian suburb. Mark (Peter van den Begin), an officer called to the scene, fears the victim might be his missing son. Mark's wife, Gerda (Natali Broods), works for Christine and sees her neighbor Francis (Johan Leysen) return home with damage to the front of his car. Meanwhile, Christine is further upset when her suicidal ex-husband calls her.… MORE
Sweet Emma, Dear Böbe [20 March 1992 (Budapest)]
Roommates Emma (Johanna Ter Steege) and Böbe (Enikö Börcsök) are Russian language teachers in Budapest, Hungary. After the fall of Communism makes their skills outdated, the two women switch to teaching English, though they know little more than their students. Emma balances an unhappy relationship with the school's married headmaster (Péter Andorai), her life with Böbe and the trials and tribulations of existence in a country stumbling to come to grips with life after the Cold War.… MORE
The Birth of Love [1 September 1993]
An actor (Lou Castel) and a writer (Jean-Pierre Léaud) wax philosophical about their lives and boring relationships.
The Phantom Heart [27 March 1996]
The Sound of Drumming [Janica Draisma]
The Vanishing [27 October 1988 (Netherlands)]
Rex (Gene Bervoets) and Saskia (Johanna Ter Steege) are enjoying a biking holiday in France when, stopping at a gas station, Saskia disappears. Confounded, Rex searches everywhere, but to no avail. Three years later, he's still obsessed with finding her, pleading his case on television, putting up posters and ruining his new relationship in the process. Eventually an unassuming chemistry teacher, Raymond (Bernard-Pierre Donnadieu), approaches Rex, intimating that he knows what happened.… MORE
The Year of the First Kiss [3 October 2002]
Tirza [22 September 2010]
Jörgen desperately searches for his missing daughter and heads toward a brutal confrontation with the man who took her.
To Life [19 November 2014 (France)]
Three women who met in Auschwitz reunite 15 years later at Berck-Plage. Over the space of a few days, Hélène, Rose and Lili discover many `firsts': their first real meal together, their first ice cream and their first swim in the sea.
Una donna del Nord [Frans Weisz]
Una Mujer Enamorada 
Van Gogh [Robert Altman]
Van Gogh - Vida e Obra de um Gênio [Robert Altman]
Vincent & Theo [27 April 1990 (Netherlands)]
During his lifetime, Vincent Van Gogh (Tim Roth) has no greater champion of his work than his devoted brother, Theo (Paul Rhys). As an art gallery owner, Theo pushes for the recognition that Van Gogh's masterpieces deserve, only to meet with abject failure. While Van Gogh struggles with obscurity and mental illness, Theo faces serious financial difficulties due to poor sales. Eventually, both the Van Gogh brothers begin falling apart over the reality of their unrealized dreams.… MORE
What doesn't Kill Us [15 November 2018 (Germany)]
A popular psychotherapist tries to juggle his own emotional baggage and his many needy patients.
- 10 May 1961.
- Wierden, Netherlands.