A spokesperson for Woody Allen and his spouse Soon-Yi Previn supplied an announcement tonight to Deadline, blasting the sexual molestation claims made towards the Oscar successful auteur in tonight’s Amy Ziering and Kirby Dick HBO docuseries Allen V. Farrow.
You can learn it under. Deadline simply acquired:
These documentarians had little interest in the reality. Instead, they spent years surreptitiously collaborating with the Farrows and their enablers to place collectively a hatchet job riddled with falsehoods. Woody and Soon-Yi have been approached lower than two months in the past and given solely a matter of days ‘to reply.’ Of course, they declined to take action.

As has been recognized for many years, these allegations are categorically false. Multiple businesses investigated them on the time and located that, no matter Dylan Farrow might have been led to consider, completely no abuse had ever taken place. It is unfortunately unsurprising that the community to air that is HBO – which has a standing manufacturing deal and enterprise relationship with Ronan Farrow. While this shoddy hit piece might achieve consideration, it doesn’t change the information.

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Ronan Farrow inked a three-year deal at HBO again in 2018 to make investigative documentary specials. Allen v. Farrow isn’t a kind of Ronan Farrow productions, because the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist solely seems as a topic within the docuseries; he didn’t produce it.
While Ziering and Dick stated that they reached out to Allen, Soon-Yi Previn in addition to Moses Farrow (who wrote a 4,600 phrase essay about his acerbic upbringing below mom Mia), the filmmakers declare they by no means heard again. That stated, the docu filmmakers informed Deadline they weren’t fascinated with displaying “the mythmakers” aspect of their docuseries, which means anybody who would voice any arguments on behalf of Allen. Ziering and Dick have been strictly dedicated to Dylan and Mia Farrow’s accounts and sources who supported their arguments. In Allen v. Farrow, the docu filmmakers take aside the Yale New Haven sexual abuse report which discovered Dylan’s molestation claims towards Woody Allen incredulous. The documentary ignores key information comparable to two of the adopted Farrow youngsters had dedicated suicide, in addition to Mia Farrow’s convicted little one molester brother John Charles Viller-Farrow who spent 7 years in Maryland’s Jessup Correctional Institution. Tonight is a component 1 of Allen v. Farrow in a four-part collection that continues for the following three Sundays.

Prior to the Sundance premiere of Ziering and Dick’s documentary On the Record which focuses on the ladies who have been allegedly assaulted by music titan Russell Simmons, Orpah Winfrey eliminated herself as EP on the title, which in flip put the documentary in limbo for a bit. It was supposed to be distributed by AppleTV+ below Winfrey’s take care of the streamer. Winfrey believed that there have been holes in On the Record, plus, she was getting strain from Simmons. HBO Max wound up buying On the Record following Sundance final yr.
In the wake of Dylan Farrow’s second op-ed in 2017 which was printed within the Los Angeles Times on the top of #MeToo (her first op-ed being within the New York Times in 2014), Amazon Studios dropped Allen from this deal, placing the home distribution film for his function on the time A Rainy Day in New York in limbo. To date, his most up-to-date function, Rifkin’s Festival, doesn’t have a U.S. distributor.