Woody Allen v. Mia Farrow: A timeline of events - Vox.com
Feb 24, 2021 5 mins, 58 secs

The new four-part HBO documentary Allen v.

Farrow chronicles the twisty and confusing history of molestation allegations made against filmmaker Woody Allen in the early 1990s.

Those allegations came from Dylan Farrow, the daughter of Allen and his longtime partner Mia Farrow, who was 7 years old at the time.

Produced over the past several years, Allen v.

(Woody Allen; his wife and Farrow’s daughter Soon-Yi Previn; and Allen and Farrow’s son Moses Farrow, who has defended his father in the past, declined to be interviewed for the series.).

Woody Allen and Mia Farrow begin dating.

While at Allen’s apartment, Farrow discovers a stack of explicit nude photos of her daughter Soon-Yi Previn, taken by Allen.

Allen files suit against Farrow for custody of their three children together (Satchel, Dylan, and Moses).

He suggests that Farrow has influenced Dylan to lie in order to punish him for his relationship with Soon-Yi Previn, saying that allegations of this sort are a “currently popular though heinous card played in all too many child-custody fights, and while sometimes effective, the tragedy of programming one’s child to cooperate is unspeakable.”.

Farrow testifies before the New York State Supreme Court in Manhattan, where Allen is suing for sole custody.

Farrow says that Dylan had indeed told her the previous summer that Allen had molested her.

The New York Times reports that Allen “called the allegations the products of either Ms.

The court awards custody of Moses, Dylan, and Satchel to Farrow.

Acting Justice Elliott Wilk hands down the judgment in what the New York Times calls a “scathing 33-page decision,” describing Allen as a “self-absorbed, untrustworthy and insensitive” father and condemning him for his affair with Previn, for pitting family members against one another, and for lacking basic knowledge of his children’s lives.

He says he has “probable cause” to charge Allen with molesting Dylan.

But, he says, he will not charge Allen because of the potential trauma it could cause for Dylan.

The New York Times review praises some of its writing as “simple and affecting,” while saying it is melodramatic and suggesting it garners sympathy not for Farrow but for Allen.

Soon-Yi Previn and Woody Allen marry.

Woody Allen makes 16 more movies, among them Match Point (2005), Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008), Midnight in Paris (2011), and Blue Jasmine (2013).

In the article, Dylan, who is now 28 and living under another name, maintains her story and explains the fallout she’d experienced since then, including depression during college, when Allen attempted to contact her several times.

In the Guardian, Hadley Freeman writes that “Allen is legally innocent and therefore deserving of all celebrations people send his way,” and that “it is totally OK to celebrate Woody Allen, but that doesn’t mean you have to.” At Slate, Amanda Marcotte argues that “there’s a case to be made for trying to separate the art from the artist, but Keaton and the chummy industry around her seemed to think we should forgive a man’s sins because we like his movies.

The producer and director of the two-part PBS special Woody Allen: A Documentary, Robert B.

In a blistering letter published on New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof’s blog, Dylan Farrow not only reiterates her allegations from 1992 but calls out those who have continued to work with her father in the years since:.

Woody Allen is a living testament to the way our society fails the survivors of sexual assault and abuse.

The New York Times gives Allen space to respond in its Opinion section.

He continues to blame Farrow for Dylan’s accusations and what he calls the “self-serving transparency of her malevolence.” He says that even as an adult, Dylan is still a victim of her mother’s plot against him.

“Now it’s 21 years later and Dylan has come forward with the accusations that the Yale experts investigated and found false,” he writes.

Ronan calls out the Hollywood Reporter for putting Allen on its cover.

Meanwhile, Weide (author of the 2014 Daily Beast article defending Allen) self-publishes an open letter to Ronan Farrow about the Hollywood Reporter piece, once again defending Allen and accusing Ronan and Dylan of making up accusations.

Days after the Harvey Weinstein story breaks in investigative stories by Ronan Farrow as well as the New York Times’s Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey, Allen is asked about his opinions on Weinstein.

Actor Griffin Newman becomes the first of many to voice regret for working with Allen and pledges to donate his salary from Allen’s upcoming film A Rainy Day in New York to RAINN, which works against sexual violence and assault.

Allen and Amazon agree that the company will produce and distribute his next four films, the first of which will be A Rainy Day in New York.

The day after Time names the “Silence Breakers” its Person of the Year, Dylan Farrow writes an op-ed for the Los Angeles Times titled “Why has the #MeToo revolution spared Woody Allen?” In it, she pointedly blames a “deliberately created fog” around Allen’s story, crafted by Allen’s publicity team, for why “A-list actors agree to appear in Allen’s films and journalists tend to avoid the subject.” She also calls out Winslet as well as Blake Lively and Greta Gerwig, all of whom had starred in recent Allen films.

Ahead of the 2018 Golden Globes, Dylan Farrow tweets about #TimesUp, Me Too, and believing there’s “a brighter future ahead.” She writes, “I will be watching [the Golden Globes] tonight with a very different feeling than I had at this time four years ago [when Allen received the Cecil B.

At the Golden Globes, Lady Bird writer and director Gerwig is questioned by a reporter about whether, given the night’s emphasis on honoring victims of sexual assault and calling for change in Hollywood, she regretted working with Woody Allen.

Mia Farrow says that Moses’s claims are “completely made up.” Dylan Farrow responds on Twitter, saying her brother is a “troubled person.” In a now-deleted Tweet, Ronan Farrow reaffirms his support for his sister.

Soon-Yi Previn, now 47, gives several interviews to New York magazine journalist Daphne Merkin, who profiles her in the September 17 issue of the magazine.

Previn has largely stayed out of the public eye during her relationship with and then marriage to Allen, a time that now spans more than 25 years.

Merkin discloses in the resulting profile of Previn that she’s been a friend of Allen’s for 40 years.

Merkin also notes that she conducted her interviews with Previn in Allen and Previn’s home, often with Allen present.

Merkin portrays Allen and Previn as an affectionate, happy couple with a private home life.

Executives at Amazon then allegedly proposed a meeting in Seattle to discuss marketing for A Rainy Day in New York; the meeting did not occur, the suit says, but the company requested that the film’s release date be pushed into 2019

The New York Times reports that Allen is shopping around a memoir to publishers but having a difficult time finding a buyer

Allen and Previn issue a statement to the Hollywood Reporter regarding Allen v


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