U.S. film crew members vote to strike over working conditions
Canadian screen productions could be affected by American film and television crews voting to strike over unfair working conditions. The International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE)) and its 36 local unions, which represents 60,000 workers across the U.S, voted on Oct. 1-3 to take strike action. More than... Read more
Movie theatres welcome audiences back with safety measures
After a year of streaming at home, people are excited to be able to go out to the movies again. “I missed it so much,” says Alex Arena, an avid movie-goer and singer. “There’s a huge energy and atmosphere difference when you’re at home alone or with a loved... Read more
Disney delays Marvel’s Black Widow debut
(REUTERS) – The Walt Disney Company delayed the worldwide release of Marvel Studios film Black Widow by two months until July and said it would offer the movie simultaneously in theaters and for a fee on the Disney+ streaming service. Theater operators had been hoping that Black Widow, starring... Read more
Korean film Minari makes Hollywood buzz
as award season begins

Reuters journalist Jill Serjeant reports on Minari, the new South-Korean film that is garnering worldwide attention. Minari is quite different than Parasite, which won Best Picture at the 2020 Oscars. The film stars The Walking Dead actor Steven Yeun and has been nominated for Best Foreign Picture at the Golden Globes.

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Mulan premiere held in LA instead of China
LOS ANGELES, March 9 (Reuters) – Walt Disney Co. held a red carpet premiere for its action epic “Mulan” on Monday, pushing ahead with the movie’s rollout even though the coronavirus spread will keep the film out of China, the second-largest film market, indefinitely. Warner Bros. has not delayed... Read more
James Bond movie release pushed back seven months amid coronavirus
LONDON (Reuters) – The global release of the new James Bond film No Time to Die has been postponed by seven months amid the coronavirus disruption. It has closed movie theaters in China and caused widespread headaches for other Hollywood productions. “After careful consideration and thorough evaluation of the... Read more
Humber Film & Media student talks about her short film debut at The Assembly Hall
Humber Film & Media students present their work at The Assembly Hall on Jan. 10. Yulia Rakhimova, 19, one of the directors sat down with Skedline reporter Luka Tskhadaia to discuss the creative process and share some of the behind the scenes experiences of making her drama piece “Elsenstraße... Read more
How Toronto International Film Festival welcomed Humber College students
By Luka Tskhadaia The 44th Toronto International Film Festival came to its official end on Sep. 15. It showed over 300 screenings from 80 different countries to the world and students from Humber College’s Film & Media Production program have had a hand in some of them. One of... Read more