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Milo Forman

Miloš Forman

Director

Jan Tomáš "Miloš" Forman (/ˈmiːloʊʃ/; Czech: [ˈmɪloʃ ˈforman]; 18 February 1932 – 13 April 2018) was a Czech and American film director, screenwriter, actor, and professor who rose to fame in his native Czechoslovakia before emigrating to the United States in 1968. Forman was an important figure in the Czechoslovak New Wave. Film scholars and Czechoslovak authorities saw his 1967 film The Firemen's Ball as a biting satire on Eastern European Communism. The film was initially shown in theatres in his home country in the more reformist atmosphere of the Prague Spring. However, it was later banned by the Communist government after the invasion by the Warsaw Pact countries in 1968. Forman was subsequently forced to leave Czechoslovakia for the United States, where he continued making films, gaining wider critical and financial success. In 1975, he directed One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975) starring Jack Nicholson as a patient in a mental institution. The film received widespread acclaim, and was the second in history to win all five major Academy Awards: Best Picture, Director, Screenplay, Actor in Leading Role, and Actress in Leading Role. In 1978, he directed the anti-war musical Hair which premiered at the 1979 Cannes Film Festival. In 1981, he directed the turn of the century drama film, Ragtime, which was known for its large ensemble cast. The film went on to receive 8 Academy Award nominations. His next feature was a period biographical film, Amadeus (1984), based on the life of famed classical musician Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart starring Tom Hulce, and F. Murray Abraham. The film was both a critical and financial success earning 11 nominations with 8 wins including for Best Picture, and another win for Forman as Best Director. In 1996, Forman received another Academy Award nomination for Best Director for The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996). Throughout Forman's career he won 2 Academy Awards, 3 Golden Globe Awards, Grand Prix at the Cannes Film Festival, Golden Bear at the Berlin Film Festival, a British Academy Film Award, a César Award, David di Donatello Award, and the Czech Lion. Description above from the Wikipedia article Miloš Forman, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

Born: February 18, 1932 in Čáslav, Czechoslovakia [now Czech Republic]

Died: April 13, 2018 (Age 86)

Streaming Sources for all Miloš Forman Movies & TV Shows

Miloš Forman  is Known For

Streaming sources forOne Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Streaming sources forAmadeus
Amadeus
Streaming sources forMan on the Moon
Man on the Moon
Streaming sources forThe People vs Larry Flynt
The People vs. Larry Flynt

Miloš FormanMovies & TV Credits

TitleRatingJobRole(s)Year
Movie
6.1
ActorJaromil2011
Movie
8.2
ActorSelf2003
Movie
5.6
ActorDimitri1986
Movie
5.9
Actorčert Elrebub2009
Movie
7.9
ActorHimself2017
Movie
6.3
ActorFather Havel2000
Movie
5.6
ActorLazlo1989
Movie
7.8
ActorSelf2009
Movie
7.8
ActorSelf2011
Movie
7.2
ActorHimself2005
Movie
ActorSelf1966
Movie
ActorSelf2014
Movie
Actor2011
Movie
6.3
ActorReader - The Biddle Brothers (voice)1982
Movie
ActorHimself2009
Movie
6.8
ActorHimself2012
Movie
ActorHimself1982
Movie
7.1
ActorSelf - Filmmaker (archive footage)2019
Movie
6.7
ActorHimself1985
Movie
ActorSelf2018
Movie
6.4
ActorHimself2008
Movie
6.6
ActorSelf2000
Movie
ActorSelf2016
Movie
Actor1953
Movie
6.6
Actor1956
Movie
7.5
ActorHimself2007
Movie
7.1
ActorSelf1995
Movie
6.7
Actor1957
Movie
7.7
ActorSelf2003
Movie
ActorHimself1997
Movie
ActorHimself1998
Movie
Actor2011
Movie
Actor1962
Movie
7.4
ActorNarrator1973
Movie
Actorvoice1991
TV Show
ActorSelf
1 Episode
2009
TV Show
ActorSelf
1 Episode
1977-1993
TV Show
8.3
ActorSelf - Guest
1 Episode
1968-1986
Short Film
6.5
Actor1970
Movie
7.3
ActorSelf2004
Movie
ActorSelf2009
Movie
ActorSelf (voice)1995
TV Special
ActorSelf (voice)2003
Movie
6.6
DirectingDirector2009
Movie
8.5
DirectingDirector1984
Movie
6.4
DirectingDirector, Screenplay, Story1964
Movie
7.3
DirectingDirector, Story, Screenplay1964
Movie
6.5
DirectingDirector, Screenplay2006
Movie
7.8
DirectingDirector1979
Movie
7.9
DirectingDirector, Screenplay, Story1965
Movie
7.5
DirectingDirector1999
Movie
5.8
ProductionProducer2005
Movie
8.8
DirectingDirector1975
Movie
7.5
DirectingDirector1981
Movie
8
DirectingDirector, Writer1971
Movie
7.9
DirectingDirector, Screenplay, Story1967
Movie
7.5
DirectingDirector1996
Movie
7
DirectingDirector, Writer1989
Movie
7.4
DirectingDirector1973
Movie
4.5
WritingIdea1975
Movie
6.7
DirectingAssistant Director1957
Movie
DirectingScreenplay, First Assistant Director, Story1958
Movie
6.3
ProductionExecutive Producer2000
Movie
WritingScreenplay1955
Movie
DirectingFirst Assistant Director1962
Movie
6.6
DirectingDirector, Writer1960
Short Film
5.6
DirectingDirector, Writer2009
Short Film
7.2
WritingScreenplay1969
Movie
6.6
DirectingDirector, Screenplay1966
TitleRatingJobRole(s)Year
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