Bonné ter Steege

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Bonné ter Steege (b. The Hague, The Netherlands, 14/06/1932 – d. 01/05/1979) was a sound recordist.

Biography

In the early 1960s Dutch-born Bonne ter Steege worked for Jamie Uys Film Productions on both documentaries and features. Afterwards he seems to have become a freelance sound engineer, working on films as well as in the recording industry. He directed at least one documentary, namely Our Wilderness (197*), made by the Teba Film & TV Unit of the Chamber of Mines. He was married to Cynthia Neff (1935-2006).

Credits

Documentaries

Golden Peach (Judex C. Viljoen/1960), Kaapse Draai / Holiday Romance (Jamie Uys/1961) Citizens of Tomorrow / Burgers van die Toekoms (Jamie Uys/1962), Die Ontvoering (Elmo de Witt/date unknown) / The Living Laboratory / Die Lewende Laboratorium (Raymond Hancock/1966).

Features

Hou die Blink Kant Bo (Emil Nofal/1960), Doodkry is Min (Jamie Uys/1961), Hans en die Rooinek / Sidney and the Boer (Jamie Uys/1961), Man in die Donker (Truida Pohl/1962), Voor Sononder (Emil Nofal/1962), Lord Oom Piet (Jamie Uys/1962), Kimberley Jim (Jamie Uys/1963), Dingaka (Jamie Uys/1964), Diamond Walkers / Jagd auf blauen Diamanten (Paul Martin/1965), Africa Shakes (Basil Mailer/1965), My Broer Se Bril (Dirk de Villiers/1972).

Sources

Le Roux, André I. & Fourie, Lilla – Filmverlede: geskiedenis van die Suid-Afrikaanse speelfilm

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1942292/?ref_=fn_nm_nm_1

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