MILOS FORMAN, the master of film direction has died at the age of 86 on Friday, April 13, 2018.

In the 60s Milos Forman made at Barrandov Film Studio unforgettable films as Konkurs (Audition), Černý Petr (Black Peter), Lásky jedné plavovlásky (The Loves of a Blonde), or Hoří, má panenko (The Fireman’s Ball), an Oscar nominee for best foreign-language film. He continued his work in America since the 1970s, and he has become one of the world's most prominent filmmakers. Desire for freedom, for meaningful life, black humor, defiance against the totalitarianism of all kinds, all  intermingled in his films that attracted audiences around the world. Hair, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest - which won 5 Oscars, The People Vs. Larry Flint, Goya´s Ghosts and others. In the 80s he came to that time Czechoslovakia in order  to make his legendary film Amadeus in collaboration with the Barrandov Film Studio, this film won 8 Oscars. Through his work and his personality, he earned respect of the audience, the critics and the entire film industry. His films will continue to address, entertain, annoy and impress further audience generations.

"Man's dreams must always target above their abilities." Milos Forman

Rest in Peace.


R.I.P. Milos Forman / Warner Bros. Blog