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WE ARE BACK! We will kickstart 2018 season with actress JOHANNA TER STEEGE (Spoorloos, Paradise Road) as our special guest! 

MORE ABOUT JOHANNA: Johanna ter Steege won the European Film Award for Best Supporting Actress for her movie debut in George Sluizer’s The Vanishing (1988). 

Inevitably, her career shifted from the theatre to the cinema. For the past twelve years she has traveled all over the world, acting in different languages and working with renowned directors, such as Robert Altman (Vincent & Theo), István Szabó (Dear Emma, Sweet Böbe), Heddy Honigmann (Goodbye, for which she won Best Actress at the Locarno International Film Festival), Bruce Beresford (Paradise Road) among many others. Johanna has also worked with actors such as Gary Oldman, Glenn Close, Frances McDormand, Isabella Rossellini and Tim Roth.

In January 2001 ter Steege played Countess Geschwitz, in the play "Lulu", directed by Jonathan Kent, both in the Almeida Theatre in London and in Washington.

In 1993, she was a member of the jury at the 43rd Berlin International Film Festival and was awarded with the Berlinale Camera. 

In 1994, after Julia Roberts and Uma Thurman declined, Stanley Kubrick cast her for his adaptation of Louis Begley's novel Wartime Lies. Kubrick abandoned the project after it became clear that Steven Spielberg's Schindler's List would be released first.

In our Official Selection, and can watch and meet the teams of:

Ruwan Heggelman | Fiction | 7:54 minutes

The 22-year-old Lisa is approached on the street by the 23-year-old Sven, after a flirt and a joke, Sven asks Lisa the question: Do you believe that I can fly?

Frodo Kuipers | Animation | 5:30 minutes

A desolate street in a small village in the Old West. Two cowboys face each other in a good-old-fashioned shootout!
But when both of the colts fire their deadly bullets, those bullets immediately fall in love with each other, forgetting what they're supposed to do! This has dramatic consequences...