Miloš Forman

  • a.k.a. Milos Forman

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Born Jan Tomas Forman, Milos Forman lost his parents in the Nazi concentration camp at Auschwitz. He studied filmmaking in Prague and made several films in his native country during the 1960s, including his first, Magic Lantern II (1960), before leaving for America. His first American film, Taking Off (1971), received little attention. But the follow-up, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest (1975), was an unqualified success and earned Forman a Best Director Oscar. After adaptations of the musical "Hair" (1970) and the book Ragtime (1981), Forman directed the Mozart biography Amadeus (1984), which garnered a second Oscar for directing. He continued to strike gold in the biography genre with the Oscar-nominated The People vs. Larry Flynt (1996) and Man on the Moon (1999), which chronicled the bizarre life of comedian Andy Kaufman.

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Jan Tomáš Forman, né le 18 février 1932 à Čáslav, Tchécoslovaquie, et mort le 13 avril 2018, connu sous le nom de Miloš Forman, est un professeur de cinéma, un scénariste et un réalisateur américain d'origine tchécoslovaque

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CharacterMovie / TV ShowGenresReleaseRating
HimselfCharlie: The Life and Art of Charles Chaplin68% · 43
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