Dylan Farrow

Presence, support, belief: Dylan Farrow shares her journey to activism

Dylan Farrow first publicly spoke out about being sexually abused as a child by her father Woody Allen in a New York Times blog post in 2014. She spoke out again in 2017 as the MeToo movement was gaining ground, and last year HBO released the documentary miniseries Allen v. Farrow, which explores the 1992 allegation of sexual abuse and the long-term impacts it has had on Farrow and her family.
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Thursday on Lake Effect: Dylan Farrow, biking to work, 'Messwood,' 'The Amazing Lemonade Girl'

Today on Lake Effect, author, activist, and sex abuse survivor Dylan Farrow, talks about her experiences. Our Earth Week series explores the benefits of biking to work. Then, a new documentary highlights how two local schools on opposite ends of Capitol Drive combined forces to make a football program. Plus, we learn about The Amazing Lemonade Girl, a new play opening at First Stage Children’s Theatre.
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Drew Barrymore tells Dylan Farrow she regrets working with Woody Allen

Dylan Farrow released her debut young adult novel Hush last October, but outside of those pages, the 35-year-old is dedicated to spreading only the truth. Farrow joined The Drew Barrymore Show on Monday for a lengthy and wide-ranging conversation that began with Barrymore expressing regret over working with Woody Allen on the 1996 film Everyone Says I Love You:

Drew Barrymore Discusses Being ‘Basically Gaslit’ About Woody Allen In Dylan Farrow Interview

On Monday, Drew Barrymore welcomed Dylan Farrow for a sit-down interview to discuss her new YA novel Hush, managing the lasting effects of trauma, and the recent HBO docuseries Allen v. Farrow, which inspired the host to reflect on her own relationship with the legacy of Woody Allen, the director whom Farrow has long maintained molested her as a child. Recalls Barrymore, she was just one of many fans and colleagues who were “basically gaslit” about the allegations against Allen, which he has steadfastly denied since Farrow first made them in 1992.

Drew Barrymore Has Emotional Talk About Woody Allen With Dylan Farrow

Drew Barrymore sat down for an emotional conversation with Dylan Farrow, adopted daughter of Mia Farrow and Woody Allen, where they discussed Farrow's new YA novel Hush as well the new HBO documentary series on her family Allen v. Farrow. Dylan first accused her adoptive father of sexual abuse at...

Drew Barrymore expresses regret for working with Woody Allen in an interview with Dylan Farrow

When Farrow appeared on The Drew Barrymore Show on Monday to discusses HBO's Allen v. Farrow, Barrymore told her: “I worked with Woody Allen. I did a film with him in 1996 called, Everyone Says I Love You, and there was no higher career calling card than to work with Woody Allen. Then I had children, and it changed me because I realized that I was one of the people who was basically gaslit into not looking at a narrative beyond what I was being told. And I see what is happening in the industry now and that is because of you making that brave choice. So thank you for that.”

Drew Barrymore to Dylan Farrow: I was 'basically gaslit' about Woody Allen

Add Drew Barrymore's name to the long list of stars who regret working with Woody Allen. When Barrymore sat down on her daytime talk show with Dylan Farrow, Allen's adoptive daughter who has accused him of sexual abuse, she said she wanted to "explain myself" and expressed regret that she starred in the director's 1996 film Everyone Says I Love You.