Woody Allen says he is planning to leave filmmaking.
Oscar-winning director and screenwriter told Spanish newspaper Herald In an interview published Saturday, he intends to make his next film his last, and then he will focus more on writing because he wants to write a novel. He said his 50 movie was also the last, which he had said before will be filming in France later this year, will be with his 2005 thriller match point .
“My idea, in principle, is not to make more movies, but to focus on writing,” Allen, 86, told the publication.
Earlier this year, Allen told Alec Baldwin in a live Instagram conversation that he Might be directing a final project, but filmmaking “was gone” for him.
The filmmaker known for his prolific work has resurfaced on the #MeToo movement and about daughters Dylan Farrow Sexual Abuse Allegation .
Amazon Studios cancelled his $50 million deals for four films, and the director’s recent films are hard to find for distribution.
Kirby Dick and Amy Ziering’s Four-Part HBO Documentary Allen v. Farrow, focusing on Farrow’s allegations, premiered in February 2021. Allen has denied the allegations, previously calling the documentaries “1186057 Axe Jobs .”
Ellen’s most recent film is Rifkin Film Festival , on premiered at the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain before a limited release in the US from MPI Media Group.
He won an Oscar for best director for 2005 movie
Award Anne Hall , also won best picture and won for Anne Hall Best Original Screenplay category, Hannah and Her Sisters and Midnight in Paris .