Dylan Farrow claims to have been abused in 1992 when she was 7 years old. The young woman is supported by her mother, actress Mia Farrow, and her brother Ronan, Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, for investigating producer Harvey Weinstein and accusing her of sexual assault.
The cases against the filmmaker were always filed after investigation.
"I really enjoyed working with the team on" A Rainy Day in New York, "Woody Allen told France Inter on Friday when asked about the weight of the charges in the workplace. "We had so much fun [durante as filmagens]. Everyone wanted to work, "he said, adding that everyone is" free to have their opinions, to think whatever they want. "
Timothée Chalamet, who stars in the film, donated the cachet to the Time's Up advocacy movement for victims of abuse.
"I'm 83, I won't be around much longer," Woody Allen told France Inter. "So nothing is that serious."
"All the evidence supports me, all the investigations carried out have cleared me," he told another channel, France 5, in statements also quoted by France-Presse. "I hope one day you will realize [os que me acusam] who made a sad mistake (…). To err is human, not tragic, but annoying and sad. "
Faced with the #MeToo movement, the filmmaker said he had a "blameless course".
"I've been doing cinema for 50 years, worked with hundreds of actresses and none even suspected questionable behavior [da minha parte] (…). I always hired women for the main roles and we always paid them the same as men. I always did what the #MeToo movement claims, "he said.
Several celebrities have moved away from Woody Allen in recent years, but the director recently received public support from actresses such as Catherine Deneuve and Scarlett Johansson.
"He claims he's innocent and I believe it," said the American actress, who has filmed "Scoop", "Match Point" and "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" with the filmmaker in August.
Deneuve considered the tone of the accusations that Woody Allen is targeted at "incredible" and said he would accept filming with him.
Diane Keaton, with whom Woody Allen has made several films such as "Annie Hall", "Intimacy" and "Manhattan", has always defended the director, along with actors such as Selena Gomez and Alec Baldwin.
Woody Allen ended the shooting of "Rifkin's Festival" in Spain in August, a film with Christoph Waltz, Gina Gershon and Elena Anaya, which is due to open in 2020.
"As long as I continue to have funding, I will continue to make films," he told France Inter on Friday.