Welcome to the first episode of the BBFC Podcast where host James Blatch discusses the ’12A’ classification; why H stood for Horror in the 1930s and 40s; and the classification issues in recent releases Drive, The Change Up and 50/50.
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In this episode of the BBFC podcast, BBFC Examiners James Blatch and Caitlin O’Brien discuss classifying violence in films, and talk to BBFC Director David Cooke about The Human Centipede 2 Full Sequence.
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Tune into the latest episode of the BBFC podcast where we talk about the latest film and BBFC news, as well as classifying sex and sex references, across the age categories.
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Listen to episode 4 of the BBFC podcast where we talk about the latest films, BBFC education work, and how the BBFC classifies horror across the age categories.
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Listen to episode 5 of the BBFC podcast where we discuss games classification, classifying films for video on demand and classifying scenes of sexual violence in films.
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This episode also asks BBFC Director David Cooke to talk about the main issues raised in the BBFC’s latest Annual Report.
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We speak to the Industry Trust for IP Awareness, the UK film, TV and video industryʼs pro-copyright consumer education body, established to tackle the growing issue of copyright infringement in the UK. Their website FindAnyFilm.com is one...
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We also speak to Reg Bailey, Chief Executive of the Mother’s Union, about the findings and recommendations in his report Letting Children be Children, and how these are being put into action.You can get more James Bond action in this week...
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In this episode of the BBFC podcast we close 2012 with a discussion about imitable techniques and how we classify scenes of behaviour that could be dangerous if copied. We also speak to David Austin, Assistant Director, Policy & Public...
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We hear from FACT (the Federation Against Copyright Theft) and speak to Childnet about Safer Internet Day, which takes place on 5 February to help educate young people and parents about staying safe online.
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