The international film festival of Karlovy vary (Karlovy Vary) will be at the end of June to pay tribute to the recently deceased film director Milos Forman. The 53rd edition of the film festival opens on June 29 with a screening of “Loves of a Blonde”, one of his most famous classics. That reports The Hollywood Reporter.
Forman by the organizers carried on hands because he used his influence to big international stars to attract to the film festival of Karlovy Vary. “Milos Forman was not only an excellent director but also a good friend of the film festival. We have decided to have him not with a speech to honor, but what he symbolizes: a film,” said director Jiri Bartoska.
Milos Forman was born in 1932 in Caslav, in the former Tsjechslovakije. In the sixties he joined the new wave of Tsjechslovaakse filmmakers who were against the communist regime. His most famous feat of arms from his European period is “The Loves of a Blonde” in 1965. Three years later he departed for Paris and then to the United States, where he, among others, the oscar-winning films “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” and “Amadeus” turned. Forman died on april 14 in his house in Connecticut.