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In the companion podcast to the HBO Original documentary series Allen v. Farrow, award-winning filmmakers Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick and Amy Herdy reveal new details about the sexual abuse allegations against Woody Allen involving Dylan, his then 7-year-old daughter with Mia Farrow. Hosted by Ziering, the podcast offers an insider look at the filmmakers' investigation into one of Hollywood's most notorious scandals, new interviews with experts, family and friends, and exclusive material that wasn’t included in the documentary series.

New episodes of Allen v. Farrow premiere Sundays on HBO Max.
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Award-winning filmmakers Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick and Amy Herdy go deeper inside Part Four of the HBO Original Allen v. Farrow, discussing more of what they uncovered about the new allegations of abuse that rocked the Farrow family in the 2010’s, sharing never-before-heard audio clips from family members Quincy Farrow, Sascha Previn and Ronan Farrow. Later, Forensic Psychologist, Dr. Joyanna Silberg joins to talk about the burden of disbelief parents who report incest face and Heather Drevna, VP of Communications at RAINN discusses what’s strikingly unique about incest crimes. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Award-winning filmmakers Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick and Amy Herdy go deeper inside Part Three of the HBO Original Allen v. Farrow, and examine the media coverage following the custody battle with original commentary from Vanity Fair’s Maureen Orth and Good Day New York’s Rosanna Scotto. In addition, they share recorded calls between Mia Farrow and Woody Allen discussing the fallout from the alleged attic incident as well as an excerpt from Dylan’s harrowing videotaped testimony when she was 7. In an exclusive interview, renowned psychologist Dr. Anna Salter discusses child molestation and its lingering effects. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Award-winning filmmakers Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick and Amy Herdy go deeper inside Part Two of the HBO Original Allen v. Farrow, and examine Mia Farrow as a mother and the controlling nature of Woody Allen’s relationship with her. In addition, they share never-before-heard audio clips from Tisa Farrow, Casey Pascal and Carly Simon that illuminate Mia's relationships to her family and to Woody Allen. In an exclusive first-time interview, Casey Pascal’s former babysitter Alison Stickland describes what she witnessed between Dylan and Woody on the day of the alleged attic incident. Later, author Rachel Louise Snyder examines the concept of coercive control relationships. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Award-winning filmmakers Amy Ziering, Kirby Dick and Amy Herdy go deeper inside Part One of the HBO Original Allen v. Farrow, and set the scene for the making of the documentary series. They discuss how they carefully built the trust it took for Dylan to tell her story and share never-before-heard audio clips from Fletcher Previn, Daisy Previn and Casey Pascal that shine light on Mia as a mother and Woody’s role as a father figure. Clinical and forensic psychologist Dr. Sheri Vanino, who specializes in adolescent sexual abuse, joins the conversation to examine the concept of grooming. Later, Priscilla Gilman reflects on Part One of the documentary.   New episodes of Allen v. Farrow are available to stream Sundays on HBO Max. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Filmmaker Amy Ziering hosts the Allen v. Farrow Podcast where she'll speak with a variety of guests about the sexual abuse allegations at the heart of the series as well as the investigation she undertook to tell this story. Watch new episodes of Allen v. Farrow, Sundays on HBO Max. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Comments (5)

Alexandra McKinley

I feel as tho this is coached, it sounds like Mia and a child running through theatrical lines, I feel bad for thinking this, but I have to be honest too.

Apr 6th
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Lyndi Reichenbach

Research "Organized Gang Stalking". It's a thing that can unravel a TI (targeted individual). Your next documentary/podcast.

Apr 2nd
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Hope Miller

Thank you so much for doing the series as well as these podcasts - finally someone is talking about the truth of sexual abuse of children. I am a certified adult/adolescent and pediatric SANE (sexual assault nurse examiner)/Forensic nurse and have been doing this work for the last 10 years. I also provide education to nurses, doctors, social workers, law enforcement, attorneys, CPS, etc. on a variety of subjects including sexual abuse of children. The truth of how often this happens and that it is almost always someone in the family or close to the family is something that the general public not only doesn't understand but also can be very difficult for them to wrap their minds around and accept. No physical injury does not mean nothing happened - fondling and other non-penetrative types of abuse will rarely cause physical injury but the injury to a child's well-being is immeasurable. People have this notion that if it was "only" touching that its somehow not as destructive which is absolutely false. This type of abuse is rarely an isolated incident and is usual a progression that starts out with grooming and pushing boundaries and often the child is made to feel complicit in the abuse so children rarely tell someone the first time something happens. Yes there are times when coaching may be a factor but it will become evident once the child is interviewed by a forensic interviewer or the like because a true memory will not be a simple statement with no other data surrounding it. Another issue is the CSI effect - people want "proof" via physical injuries or DNA but it is rare to have either of those due to the type of abuse and the time frames of when a child finally tells someone. People need to understand that their "proof" is the outcry from the child because children do not make this stuff up. They don't have the knowledge, life experience or motivation to do so. Again - thank you so much for all of this and for bringing an expert to discuss these things. I hope with the large audience that will be reached it will help expand understanding.

Mar 28th
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Lyndi Reichenbach

Has anybody else also thought about the May/December relationship between Mia & Sinatra? Who was the pursuer? The times back then and even in movies today - favor huge age gaps between men & women. Hollywood has normalized this in time memorial.

Mar 26th
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Ana Servilla Ayestas

what happened to part 3? No podcast discussion after the finale?

Mar 16th
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