Dylan Farrow

The writer-director continues to make movies in Europe, while several U.S. stars and companies have severed ties with him.
The writer-director and accused child sexual abuser sued Amazon Studios for terminating its movie distribution deal with him.
The writer-director has a new movie in the works, despite adopted daughter Dylan Farrow's longstanding sexual assault accusation.
Allen's breach of contract claim says Amazon cited daughter Dylan Farrow's "baseless allegation" of childhood sex abuse.
The Oscar-winning actor said he'd work again for the embattled filmmaker "tomorrow."
The director says no actresses have “ever suggested any kind of impropriety," while continuing to deny the child sexual abuse allegations from his daughter Dylan Farrow.
Dylan Farrow called her brother's essay "beyond hurtful" and "easily disproven."
The actor said he has "very strong views about pedophilia."
"You can't support #TIMESUP and praise sexual predators at the same time."
Women have borne the brunt of disavowing the famed director in light of his daughter's sexual assault allegations.
Dylan Farrow opened up in her first televised interview, detailing the alleged sexual abuse she endured at the hands of her father, Woody Allen.
Timothée Chalamet, Rebecca Hall and Griffin Newman expressed regret for deciding to work with Allen on his new film, "A Rainy Day in New York."
Mira Sorvino tells Dylan Farrow she believes her accusations against Woody Allen in a HuffPost exclusive.
Farrow asks in an op-ed why the #MeToo movement has spared the longtime filmmaker.
Woody Allen is not an angel. As his third and current biographer, I can attest to it. That does not mean he is a pedophile who molested his and Mia Farrow's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow, as a child.
To Dylan: I am sorry. I am outraged, embarrassed, and ashamed. I am sorry that it took me this long to find your story. I am sorry that it took us this long to take you seriously. I am sorry that your voice was apparently not enough to get us to pay attention