Actor Timothy Salama give the fee for shooting on woody Allen to victims of violence

© AP Photo / Jordan Strauss Timothy Salame. Archival photoActor Timothy Salama give the fee for shooting on woody Allen to victims of violence© AP Photo / Jordan Strauss

American actor Timothy Salama said he will donate his fee for shooting the new woody Allen film in funds to help victims of sexual violence, Time’s Up, and RAINN (Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network).

The American actress Rebecca Hall has donated the fee from the filming of the movie Allen’s «Rainy day in new York» to Fund Time’s Up amid sex scandals that erupted in recent years in the film industry and show business.

«Recently I asked several times about the decision to work on a film with woody Allen last summer. I can’t answer the question directly imposed on me by the contracts. But I can say this: I do not want to earn income from working on this film, so I am going to donate all of my salary to three charitable organizations: Time’s Up, the LGBT center in new York and RAINN,» the actor said in the Instagram.

Salame starred in Allen’s «Rainy day in new York» which will be released in 2018.

The first of February 2014 in the blog of the New York Times has a letter 28-year-old Malone (Dylan), Farrow, adopted daughter woody Allen. In an open letter she told how at the age of seven has experienced sexual violence. The alleged sexual relationship with Allen and his girl were investigated in 1993, but no charges against the then Director was not nominated.

Woody Allen American film Director, actor, screenwriter and writer. Allen is one of the most prolific American filmmakers, who directed 50 films. Among them — «Annie Hall» (1977), «Manhattan» (1979), «Hannah and her sisters» (1986), «Match point» (2005), «Midnight in Paris» (2011). Allen — 20-time nominee and four-time winner of the award «Oscar».

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