Miloš Forman is perhaps the most well known Czech filmmaker of all time worldwide. Winner of two Oscars, three Golden Globes, Golden Bear at Berlinale and Grand Jury Prize at Cannes, Forman is known for directing masterpieces such as “One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest” (1975), “Amadeus” (1986) and “Taking off” (1971). But how much do we know about his early works?

This week at Screenshot, we have the privilege to review three less known but utterly great films directed by Milos Forman during the ’60s and before his immigration to the USA in 1968. A mini-retrospective of a giant talent.

Bitter Dream/Khab-e talkh 6.12 / 19:30

Director: Mohsen Amiryoussefi Screenwriter: Mohsen Amiryoussefi Cinematography: Bayram Fazli Cast: Yadollah Anvari, Abbas Esfandiari, Delbar Ghasri, Mohsen Rahimi, Safar-Ali Safari Producer: Touba Films For forty years, Esfandiar has been unconcernedly...

Block Of Shorts I – 7.12 / 19:30

Retouch Director: Kaveh Mazaheri 2017 / 20 min Maryam's husband died in front of her eyes and she just watches until he died. Marziyeh Director: Dornaz Hajiha 2017 / 29 min Marziyeh goes to a wake with her husband. Something happens in the wake that changes their...

Block Of Shorts II – 7.12 / 21:30

Tickets are available at:  https://bit.ly/2LkcP6T AniMal Directors: Bahman and Bahram Ark 2017 / 16 min A man disguises himself as a ram in order to sneak over a border into another country. Under the colours Director: Esmail Monsef 2012 / 20 min This...

Dingomaro – Iran’s Black South – 8.12 / 19:30

Director: Kamran Heidari Screenplay: Kamran Heidari Cinematography: Sajjad Arvand Cast: Hamid Saeed Producers: Dariush Rafiee, Kambiz Khoram Hamid Saeed known as Dingomaro shares his thoughts and wishes about having a music concert with African musicians in...