Woody Allen On Accusations That He Won’t Hire Black Actors
Woody Allen, responds to accusations that he won’t work with black actors, by saying he does not have much black friends but he does not many white friends either. An article published in the New York Daily News, is bashing Allen for apparently turning ...
The Sadness of Watching a Woody Allen Movie
It was not so long ago, even as late as Deconstructing Harry, that it wouldn't have been a question. Now whether any of Woody Allen's annual sacrifices to his muse is watchable is a one-in-three chance. Much worse ... Allen does now, feel hollow, routine ...
Report: Woody Allen won’t hire a black actor unless he “writes a story that requires it”
Allen has come under fire several times for not including people of color in his productions. In 1987, director Spike Lee told the New York Times, “Woody Allen, he can do a film about Manhattan ... of whom there are many, never appear in his films.
Woody Allen looks in the rearview mirror
CHICAGO — Before he made movies — “Magic in the Moonlight” is his 44th film as director in 48 years — Woody Allen ... s game have provided Allen with a lifelong theme, on stage (“The Floating Light Bulb”) and many times on screen.
Woody Allen Says He Won’t Hire a Black Actor Unless the Role Calls for One... Whatever That Means
Maybe the most significant presence of a black actor in a Woody Allen film was when Chiwetel Ejiofor appeared in "Melinda and Melinda." And that’s about as much ... t have white friends either.” Oh that Woody. Always good for a laugh. So what do ...