Woody Allen has rubbished the sexual assault claims made against him by his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow. The director said that Farrow has been brainwashed by her mother, and is taking advantage of the Time's Up movement.
Michael Douglas, 73, issued pre-emptive denials of the story in articles published over the last two weeks, including one in which he called it a fabrication. His publicist, Allen Burry, said on Friday there would be no further comment.
Colin Firth, who starred opposite Emma Stone in Allen's 2014 movie Magic in the Moonlight, gave this statement on the same day when Dylan Farrow accused her adopted father Allen of sexually assaulting her.
While it was a strong statement made through fashion, the actors who wore black at the prestigious red carpet event are now auctioning off their beautiful dresses to benefit Time's Up movement's legal defense fund.
Matt Damon apologises for his comments on sexual misconduct and says he wishes he had listened more before offering his thoughts. He also adds that the feedback on his comments have been "very helpful."
Contemporary film directors and cinematographers chose to make camera movements visible, as opposed to the traditional method of trying to make sure that the camera movement went unnoticed, Gill Bateman said.