The film world reacts to the death of Oscar-winning director Milos Forman
In this October 1
5, 2009, file file, film festival jury member Milos Forman poses on the red carpet on the IV edition of the Rome Film Festival in Rome. (Photo: Gregorio Borgia, AP)
The film world pays respect for the late Milos Forman.
The Czech filmmaker, whose American films One flew over the ghost cottage and Amadeus won many Academy Awards, however, Saturday at. 86.
How to react stars to the news about social media, begins with actor Josh Gad, who called Forman "an icon".  Just learned the sad new about #milosforman whose movies are among some of my favorites all the time. A CV that produces both "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" and "Amadeus" deserves to be up there next to the greats. Hi then an icon and bravo. pic.twitter.com/tnNHrEgw8H
– Josh Gad (@ joshgad) April 14, 2018
"Just taught me the sad news about (Milos Forman) movies that are among some of my favorites of all the time, "he tweeted Saturday. "A summary that produces both A fleet over the ghost cottage and Amadeus deserves to be upside down the greats. Goodbye to an icon. And Bravo."
Actress Mia Farrow also had a nice word for the late director.
"Evidence that the most brilliant filmmakers could also be disadvantageously kind, generous, humble and loyal. Thanks Milos Forman, "she shared.
Antonio Banderas called Forman a "genius of filmography and master in the human state's depiction."
Director Edgar Wright said he was "very sad" to hear the news of Formas passing. 19659017] Very sad to hear that the great director Miloš Forman has gone away. He had a huge filmography that documented the heart and human spirit of the uprising. I have seen "One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest" enough times to be able to silence mouth with the movie. REST IN PEACE. pic.twitter.com/4QwOHL7tS4
– edgarwright (@edgarwright) April 14, 2018