Entertainment Dylan Farrow Hopes 'Time's Up' Movement Will Affect Woody Allen

10:01  09 january  2018
10:01  09 january  2018 Source:   Rolling Stone

Dylan Farrow on Woody Allen: 'Why shouldn't I feel some sort of outrage?'

  Dylan Farrow on Woody Allen: 'Why shouldn't I feel some sort of outrage?' CBS released the first clip from Dylan Farrow’s interview with CBS This Morning‘s Gayle King, during which they discussed Farrow’s allegations against her adopted father, Woody Allen. Farrow accused the Wonder Wheel director of molesting her when she was a child in 1992, a claim he has long denied. “Someone said this to me, ‘She wants to bring Woody Allen down. She’s caught up in the Me Too, Time’s Up movement and this is really what she’s trying to do, is bring him down,'” King tells Farrow in the clip. “Why shouldn’t I want to bring him down?” she responds. “Why shouldn’t I be angry? Why shouldn’t I be hurt? Why shouldn’t I feel some sort of outrage that after all these years being ignored and disbelieved and tossed aside?” This marks Farrow’s first television interview to discuss the allegations against Allen. “I have long maintained that when I was seven years old, Woody Allen led me into an attic, away from the babysitters who had been instructed never to leave me alone with him. He then sexually assaulted me,” Farrow wrote in a 2017 op-ed published in The Los Angeles Times. Allen has never been convicted of a crime. Reps for Allen tell EW a statement will be released Thursday. Previously, and at the time meant as his “final word on this entire matter,” Allen wrote in a 2014 piece in The New York Times, “Of course, I did not molest Dylan.

Here, Farrow argued, was the hypocrisy in the movement , which she had also called out in an op-ed for The Los Angeles Times in December, titled "Why has the #MeToo revolution spared Woody Allen ?" "But I have to wonder – is time really up now?

Dylan Farrow rages about Woody Allen as she expresses solidarity with women of Time ’ s Up movement . Pascale DayMonday 8 Jan 2018 10:36 pm. Share this article with Facebook Share this article with Twitter Share this article with Google Plus Share this article through email Share

Dylan Farrow Hopes 'Time's Up' Movement Will Affect Woody Allen: © Neilson Barnard/Getty Images; James Devaney/GC Images "In order for things to meaningfully change, they need to change unequivocally," Dylan Farrow tweets.

Thematically, much of Sunday night's Golden Globes was devoted to calling out sexual misconduct in Hollywood, but Dylan Farrow, who has spoken for years about her alleged abuse at the hands of her father, Woody Allen, didn't think it was quite enough.

"Advocating for 'every victim' in the abstract is great for illustration," she tweeted following the awards ceremony, during which many men and women wore black and sported "Time's Up" pins in support of the movement. "In practice, each victim is a real person with a story that may be inconvenient and require sacrifice to stand with them. If Hollywood isn't prepared to do that, they shouldn't try to lead this movement."

Mira Sorvino Pens Open Letter to Dylan Farrow, Apologizes for ‘Turning a Blind Eye to Your Story’

  Mira Sorvino Pens Open Letter to Dylan Farrow, Apologizes for ‘Turning a Blind Eye to Your Story’ "It is difficult to sever ties and denounce your heroes, your benefactors, whom you fondly admired, " Sorvino tells the filmmaker's adopted daughter, Dylan Farrow<br>"I confess that at the time I worked for Woody Allen I was a naive young actress," Sorvino said in the letter published on the HuffPo Wednesday night.

Dylan Farrow , the estranged daughter of Woody Allen , has reflected on her accusations of sexual She directly addressed the " Time ' s Up " movement that is set to dominate the conversation around Farrow then concluded with hopes that Allen would finally be held accountable by his industry and

Dylan Farrow Slapped At Hollywood For Protecting Woody Allen From The #MeToo Movement . The New York Times published Woody Allen ’ s long ass response to Dylan Farrow ’ s claims that he molested her when she was 7 years old. Moses hopes that Dylan will reconnect with Woody (ugh).

In the hours leading up to the awards show, Farrow took to Twitter to express her disappointment with how little has changed in the four years since she first penned an open letter in response to Allen's being honored with the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement.

"It's #GoldenGlobes Sunday," she began a long series of tweets. "Four years ago, at the Globes in 2014, Woody Allen was awarded the Cecil B. DeMille award for lifetime achievement. Four years ago I decided enough was enough and wrote an open letter detailing the abuse I sustained at the hands of Woody Allen."

"I thought it would make a difference. I thought things would change," she continued. "I learned quickly (and painfully) that my optimism was misplaced. His time wasn't up. Today, four years later, it is Globes Sunday again and many, if not most, will be wearing black on the red carpet in solidarity with the #TIMESUP movement. They will stand against sexual harassment and abuse in their industry and all others. Good. I stand with them. #metoo."

Here, Farrow argued, was the hypocrisy in the movement, which she had also called out in an op-ed for The Los Angeles Times in December, titled "Why has the #MeToo revolution spared Woody Allen?"

"But I have to wonder – is time really up now? Is this really the turning point? I have no doubt it can be," she wrote. "I have no doubt the time is right. But in order for things to meaningfully change, they need to change unequivocally. No predator should be spared by virtue of their 'talent' or 'creativity' or 'genius.' No rock should be left unturned. The principles of the movement need to be applied consistently and without exemption."

Timothee Chalamet Donates ‘Rainy Day in New York’ Salary to #TIMESUP, LGBT Charities

  Timothee Chalamet Donates ‘Rainy Day in New York’ Salary to #TIMESUP, LGBT Charities "I don't want to profit from my work on the [Woody Allen] film," actor says"I am learning that a good role isn't the only criteria for accepting a job," Chalamet said. "That has become much clearer to me in the last few months, having witnessed the birth movement intent on ending injustice, inequality and above all, silence.

Dylan Farrow has questioned why time isn't also up for her father and alleged abuser Woody Allen , ahead of the Golden Globes today. At today’ s Golden Globes, many (if not all) of the attendees will be wearing black, an initiative of the #TimesUp movement and aiming to stand in solidarity with all

Dylan Farrow wonders why so many support Time ’ s Up while still clamoring to work with Allen , a long time abuser. That is an admirable and worthwhile objective, I hope these women change the world. That said, the people who join this movement without taking any kind of personal accountability for

"I will be watching tonight with a very different feeling than I had at this time four years ago," she continued. "I will watch with optimism, with hope, and with the firm belief that there is a brighter future ahead. And I will watch to see if now, finally, time is up for my predator too."

Farrow's disappointment Sunday night about Hollywood's inability to completely denounce Allen was further exemplified by Greta Gerwig's non-response to a question about her work with the famed director.

Following her win for Best Motion Picture, Gerwig was asked by a reporter about whether she regretted her decision to work with Allen back in 2012. A visibly flustered Gerwig deflected the question, instead focusing on her achievement.

"Well, you know, I'm so thrilled to be here tonight as a writer and director and creator, and to be making my own movies and putting that forth," she said, adding, "You know, it's something that I've thought deeply about, and I haven't had an opportunity to have an in-depth discussion where I come down on one side or the other."

Allen has long denied allegations made by Farrow and her mother, Allen's ex Mia Farrow, about sexual misconduct in the past.

Related video: Oprah: 'Time's up' is for 'women of the world' (Provided by USA TODAY)

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