“A Rainy Day in New York,” starring Timothée Chalamet and Elle Fanning, will be released in Italy on Oct. 3. German and Spanish distributors have confirmed they are releasing it.
Executives at several houses said they passed on the material and in some cases declined to read it because of controversies surrounding him.
The director may have a tarnished reputation in the United States, but he has been able to secure funding from a Barcelona-based company for a new project.
Allen says the streaming service improperly canceled a four-movie contract because of a renewed focus on sexual abuse allegations he has long denied.
In her first extended comments on her family’s history, Ms. Previn told New York magazine that her mother showed flashes of violence and that her husband has been unfairly attacked.
In a 4,600-word essay, the director’s son Moses Farrow cast doubt on his sister’s abuse allegations and accused his mother of abuse.
“Annie Hall” had been one of my favorite movies, but I was more drawn by the generational drama playing out among the new film’s principals.
Since the #MeToo movement, Woody Allen’s classic 1979 film has gone through a less-than-flattering reassessment.
Our film critic rewatched key films by the auteur to see if they held up in the #MeToo moment. He came to surprising conclusions.