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Here are our popular website articles written by BBFC staff. Like the Case Studies they delve in to key issues, films, initiatives, historical moments and offer insight into how the BBFC has responded to different events and changes in the film and media landscape.

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#askBBFC Twitter Q & A Transcript - Friday 20 June

23/06/2014

The answer session took the most interesting questions and answered them during a 30 minute session. If you missed this, the transcript of questions and answers follows below.

Kids for Kids UK: Calling all young filmmakers from the UK aged 6 - 19 years

02/06/2014

Kids for Kids UK is pleased to announce it will be hosting its 6th Film Festival Competition for children and young people with support from the BFI Education, London who will be hosting the event for the 3rd year running. The BBFC will classify and award black cards to winning films in the Grand...

#askBBFC Twitter Q & A Transcript - Wednesday 28 May

29/05/2014

On Wednesday 28 May, we held the answer session for our Twitter Q & A. The previous week we asked our followers to tweet us their questions about film classification, using the #askBBFC hashtag.

#askBBFC Twitter Q & A Transcript – Tuesday 29 April

29/04/2014

On Tuesday 29 April, we held the answer session for our classifying imitable techniques Twitter Q & A.

#askBBFC Twitter Q & A Transcript – Thursday 03 April

04/04/2014

On Thursday 3 April, we held the answer session for our ‘classifying horror’ Twitter Q & A. Earlier in the week we asked our followers to tweet us their questions about classifying scenes of horror or specific horror films, using the #askBBFC hashtag.

Childnet Film Competition 2014

26/02/2014

Once again, Childnet is inviting all schools and youth organisations in the UK to enter their annual Film Competition.

#askBBFC Twitter Q and A Transcript - Friday 21 February

24/02/2014

On Friday 21 February we held the answers session for our second #askBBFC twitter Q and A of 2014.

The BBFC supports Safer Internet Day 2014 with guides for selecting age appropriate films online

11/02/2014

To support Safer Internet Day the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) is providing videos, articles and games to help guide parents and children in choosing age appropriate films to stream or download.

Watch our Safer Internet Day videos for parents and children

11/02/2014

To support Safer Internet Day the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) is providing videos to help guide parents and children in choosing age appropriate films to stream or download.

The BBFC reveals what children know about age ratings as they announce the winners of their children’s CBBFC poster competition

30/01/2014

The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has announced the winners of its CBBFC poster competition.The competition marked the launch of the BBFC’s new website for children, CBBFC and challenged children to create illustrations for a new poster showing their families and friends visiting the...

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