The strike is over. Though it decimated the film and television business for most of the year and labor unions showed solidarity in the process. Hollywood studio moguls saw their out-of-touch privilege and out-of-this-world salaries made public, become catchy sound bites, but essentially remain unaffected. Meanwhile, several senior-level studio DEI (diversity, equity and inclusion) executives have been let go or left their jobs. What that means for the film and television business behind, and in front of, the camera is still unknown. It’s vital that all the gains made in recent years continue. I love movies and to have diversity amongst its creators, and what’s seen on screen impacts us all.