Restaurants back to serving at full capacity after lockdown limitations
Restaurants across the province are welcoming their customers back to full capacity. After months of recurring lockdowns and capacity restrictions, the Ford government announced Friday, restaurants would be allowed to operate at 100 per cent capacity, starting Monday. “Thanks to our cautious and careful approach to re-opening, we are... Read more
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
Tom and Jerry in live-action animated hybrid film
Tom and Jerry have been entertaining audiences on the small screen since 1940. After a 27-year hiatus, the slapstick cat and mouse duo are back in a theatrical installment that takes place in New York City, at a high-end hotel. It is the first Tom and Jerry movie that... 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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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
Five Reasons Why Venom is a Big Deal
        Sony’s Venom will be crawling his way onto the big screen this fall, much to the thrill of the villain’s fans. The character of Venom, a black-clad symbiote that earned his street cred as a Spider-Man villain, has never had a solo debut on the... Read more
Neil Armstrong Biopic Staring Ryan Gosling Gets Awards Season Release Date
By Dave McNary LOS ANGELES (Variety.com) – Universal has set an awards season release date for “First Man,” starring Ryan Gosling as Neil Armstrong with Damien Chazelle directing. The biopic is scheduled to make its theatrical debut on Oct. 12, 2018. The studio announced the project in late December.... Read more
Sony and Marvel team up for new Spider-Man movie
REUTERS – Marvel Studios and Sony Pictures are partnering up for the next film in the $4 billion Spider-Man franchise, allowing the hero to rejoin the other heroes in the Marvel universe, according to a joint statement released by the companies. “Spider-Man has more than 50 years of history... Read more
Netflix streaming service launches in Cuba
REUTERS – Netflix Inc. has launched its television and movie-streaming service in Cuba, taking advantage of new, friendlier diplomatic relations between the United States and the Caribbean country. New rules announced by the U.S. government have opened the island up to U.S. trade, travel, and finance. Cuban customers will... Read more
Kristen Wiig’s TIFF talk on new dramatic role
Kristen Wiig, an actress best known her for comedy skits and hilarious role in Bridesmaids discusses a serious take on her new role in, “Welcome to Me”, following its premiere at Toronto’s International Film Festival (TIFF) Sept. 5. Wigg plays Alice Klieg, a woman diagnosed with Borderline Personality Disorder,... Read more