Milos Forman, one of the most important filmmakers of my life, has died.
I don’t know how to express how I feel with words at the moment, but I am very thankful for all his works and I urge everyone to watch them too.
I found out about Forman’s death during an interview in which I mentioned him. I will also be doing a presentation on him on Monday in university.
I found out about Forman’s passing during an interview in which I mentioned him.
Amadeus was the first film I remember falling obsessively in love with.
His films encouraged me to move to Prague for two years.
The first screening I ever programmed and produced was of The Firemen’s Ball.
I published a piece on my website about him just a handful of days ago.
I am doing a presentation on his works in uni on Tuesday.
I will write more about him in the coming days on this website. Just need time to process his death and reflect on the impact of his works on my life. Thankfully, I read a statement that reads he died happily, surrounded by family, friends, and people he loved and loved him. If you have a chance, also try to read his memoir, “Turnaround.” He lived a life.