Age rating
I have done some research on BBFC (British Board of filmclassification), this is because to find out the different agerati...
UU- Universal films suitablefor everyone age 4 or overand it should not involveany disturbing violencefor young children t...
PGPG – parental guidance –films that anyone can seebut with a warning thatthey may contain materialthought unsuitable forc...
12A12A- films containingmaterial suitable forthose who are 12 years oldor over but only forchildren under this agewho are ...
1515- Films containingmaterial suitable only forthose who are 15 years oldor over. No one youngerthan 15 and under or nora...
1818 – Films containingmaterial suitable only forthose who are 18 years oldor over. If anyone under 18,they are not allowe...
R18 RestrictedR18- to be shown inlicensed cinemas, thiscategory involvesconsenting sex and strongfetish material. Onlyadul...
During that research I find out that the popular    category of age rating 15. For my film opening I decided to rate our f...
During that research I find out that the popular    category of age rating 15. For my film opening I decided to rate our f...
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  1. 1. Age rating
  2. 2. I have done some research on BBFC (British Board of filmclassification), this is because to find out the different agerating, also to know what is suited and allowed to put intothe audience our film opening.Who are the BBFC?The BBFC are an organisation that isaccountable for the age rating, they havethe power to tell the directors to changesome of the scenes if it’s inappropriate forthe age rating. They have 5 types of ageclassifications which has been set by theBBFC, they are the following, U, PG, 15, 18and R18 Restricted.
  3. 3. UU- Universal films suitablefor everyone age 4 or overand it should not involveany disturbing violencefor young children towatch.
  4. 4. PGPG – parental guidance –films that anyone can seebut with a warning thatthey may contain materialthought unsuitable forchildren. Some scenesmay be unsuitable foryoung children; however itshould not disturbchildren around eight orover.
  5. 5. 12A12A- films containingmaterial suitable forthose who are 12 years oldor over but only forchildren under this agewho are accompanied bya responsible adult.Children under 12 are notallowed to watch a 12Afilm unless accompaniedby an adult
  6. 6. 1515- Films containingmaterial suitable only forthose who are 15 years oldor over. No one youngerthan 15 and under or norallowed to watch 15 filmsin cinema
  7. 7. 1818 – Films containingmaterial suitable only forthose who are 18 years oldor over. If anyone under 18,they are not allowed towatch an 18 film in cinemaas it will include violenceand sexual scenes thatwill be appropriate foryoung children.
  8. 8. R18 RestrictedR18- to be shown inlicensed cinemas, thiscategory involvesconsenting sex and strongfetish material. Onlyadults are allowed towatch this rate film.
  9. 9. During that research I find out that the popular category of age rating 15. For my film opening I decided to rate our film 15 rating. This is because wedecide that our film opening will be suited for this age rate. As our film opening wouldnt include anyviolence or sexual context that will be appropriate for our target audience.
  10. 10. During that research I find out that the popular category of age rating 15. For my film opening I decided to rate our film 15 rating. This is because wedecide that our film opening will be suited for this age rate. As our film opening wouldnt include anyviolence or sexual context that will be appropriate for our target audience.

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