ASSIGNMENT 11 GROUPPRESENTATION DRAFT 2 Gia alveranga
BBFC And RatingWhat is BBFC- The British Board of Film Classification.What is BBFC used for- responsible for what was shown in cinemas and fromearly on established the decisions of the BBFC.Are film will be rated an 15 because it not in the interest of an younger audience.
Rating System• Universal – It is impossible to predict what might upset any particular child. But a ‘U’ film should be suitable for audiences aged four years and over.• Discrimination No discriminatory language or behaviour unless clearly disapproved of.• Drugs No situations to illegal drugs or drug abuse unless they are infrequent and mild, or there is a clear educational purpose or anti-drug message suitable for young children.• Horror Scary sequences should be mild, short-term and unlikely to cause undue anxiety to young children. The outcome should be reassuring.• Imitable behaviour No possibly dangerous behaviour which young children are likely to copy. No importance on realistic or easily accessible weapons.• Language Few use only of very mild bad language.• Nudity natural nudity, with no sexual context.• Sex Mild sexual behaviour (for example, kissing) .• Theme While difficult themes may be present, their treatment must be sensitive and correct for young children.• Violence Mild violence only. Rare mild threat or danger only. Examples of films passed U include The Princess & the Frog.
• Parental GuidanceAlone children of any age may watch a ‘PG’ film should not disturb a child aged around eight or older.• DiscriminationUnfair language or behaviour is unlikely to be acceptable unless clearly disliked of or in an educational or past context.• DrugsSituations to illegal drugs or drug waste must be safe or carry a suitable anti-drug message.• HorrorScary sequences should not be prolonged or intense. Fantasy settings may be a modifying factor.• Imitable behaviourNo detail of possibly dangerous behaviour which young children are likely to copy.• LanguageMild bad language only.• NudityNatural nudity, with no sexual context.• SexMild sex references and hint only.• ThemeWhere more serious matters are bring out (for example, local violence) nothing in their treatment should overlook unacceptable behaviour.• ViolenceEnough violence, without detail, may be allowed.Examples of films passed PG include Tooth Fairy.
• Exactly the same principles are used to classify works at ‘12A’ and ‘12’.• The ‘12A’ category exists only for cinema films.• Discriminationlanguage or behaviour must not be recognized by the work as a whole. DrugsAny abuse of drugs must be rare.• HorrorEnough physical and mental risk may be permitted, provided disturbing sequences are not frequent or constant.• Imitable behaviourDangerous behaviour for example, hanging, suicide and self-harming should not dwell on detail.• Languagelanguage is allowed. The use of strong language for example, ‘fuck’ must be rare.• NudityNudity is allowed, but in a sexual context must be brief and subtle.• SexSexual activity may be briefly shown. Sex references should not go beyond what is suitable for young teenagers.• ThemeMature themes are acceptable, but their conduct must be suitable for young teenagers.• ViolenceSensible violence is allowed but should not dwell on detail.Examples of films passed 12 and 12a include Dark Knight
• No one younger than 15 may see a ‘15’ film in a cinema. No one younger than 15 may rent or buy a ‘15’ rated video work.• Discrimination• The work as a whole must not endorse unfair language or behaviour.• Drugs• Drug taking may be shown but the film as a whole must not promote or encourage drug abuse.• Horror• Strong threat and danger are permitted unless cruel or sexualised.• Imitable behaviour• Dangerous behaviour (for example, hanging, suicide and self-harming) should not dwell on detail which could be copied.• Language• There may be frequent use of strong language (for example, ‘f****’).• Nudity Nudity may be allowed in a sexual context but without strong detail. Examples of films passed 15 include Hangover
• Suitable only for adults• No-one younger than 18 may see an ‘18’ film in a cinema• Only adults are admitted. Nobody younger than 18 can rent or buy an 18-rated VHS, DVD, Blu-ray Disc, UMD or game, or watch a film in the cinema with this rating. Films under this category do not have limitation on the bad language that is used. Scenes of strong real sex may be permitted if right by the context.Examples of films passed 18 include Taken
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