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Over the previous week, we asked our followers to tweet us their classification questions about film classification using the #askbbfc hashtag.The #askbbfc answer session took the most interesting questions and answered them during a 30 minute session. If you missed this, the transcript of...
On Thursday 5 May 2016, we held the answer session for our Education #askbbfced Twitter Q & A.
On Thursday 14 April 2016, we held the answer session for our #askbbfc Twitter Q & A about classifying superhero films.
The annual Childnet film competition is now open to school children and students aged 7-18.
On Wednesday 9 March 2016, we held the answer session for our #askbbfc Twitter Q & A.
New BBFC competition asks children what they want to know about a film's classification before they see it at the cinema or at home
A new competition is asking children to tell the BBFC what information they would like to see in long BBFCinsight on CBBFC.
We asked our followers to tweet us their classification questions about films and videos from the 1980s, using the #askbbfc hashtag.
BBFC adds child-friendly long BBFCinsight to CBBFC to help families make informed viewing decisions together
As part of Safer Internet Day 2016, the BBFC is today launching a short video to promote new child-friendly long BBFCinsight, which is now available on the CBBFC website for children and families (www.cbbfc.co.uk).
Over the Christmas holiday, we asked our followers to tweet us their classification questions about films they have seen recently, or during the festive holiday.
On Thursday 19 November we held the answer session for our #askbbfc Twitter Q & A.