Two time Oscar winner Milos Forman dies at 86 in Massachusettss

Moviemaker Milos Forman died in Massachusetts on April 13th, he was born in Czech Republic in 1932 and was part of the filmmakers migration from Eastern Europe to America during the Cold War period, he’s known for two Oscar winning movies: : “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus”.

His agent, Dennis Aspland, said that Forman was 86 and died in his home in the East USA, and recalled that Forman was part of the “Czech New Wave” with his `1967 movie The firemen’s ball, an acid black humor flick.

Forman filmed eight movies between 1975 and 2006, and had been relatively inactive for more than a decade, his legacy will remain as one of the most important directors of the last leg of the 20th Century.

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