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Twitter Q and A 25 August 2016

25/08/2016

Over the previous week, we asked our followers to tweet us their classification questions about international age ratings for films 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...

Childnet announce the winners of its annual Film Competition

28/07/2016

Hundreds of youth organisations, primary and secondary schools entered Childnet's seventh annual film competition.

Twitter Q and A 14 July 2016

14/07/2016

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...

2016 Character Awards Winners Announced

05/07/2016

The BBFC Education Department will visit one of the winners to provide a tailored education session on BBFC age ratings.

Twitter Q and A Transcript 9 June 2016

09/06/2016

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...

Education Twitter Q and A Transcript 5 May 2016

09/05/2016

On Thursday 5 May 2016, we held the answer session for our Education #askbbfced Twitter Q & A.

Twitter Q and A Transcript 14 April 2016

18/04/2016

On Thursday 14 April 2016, we held the answer session for our #askbbfc Twitter Q & A about classifying superhero films.

Enter the Childnet Film Competition 2016

11/04/2016

The annual Childnet film competition is now open to school children and students aged 7-18.

#askbbfc Twitter Q and A transcript Wednesday 9 March

10/03/2016

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

10/03/2016

A new competition is asking children to tell the BBFC what information they would like to see in long BBFCinsight on CBBFC.

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