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Teens’ three biggest mental health concerns revealed by new BBFC research
Today, new research by the BBFC has revealed the three biggest mental health concerns for teens are anxiety, stress and depression.
Netflix will carry trusted UK age ratings for years to come
The BBFC and Netflix have moved into the next phase of their partnership, which will see Netflix carry BBFC age ratings and ratings information on its service for years to come.
Published 7th September 2021
Statement on the Government’s VOD consultation
The BBFC welcomes the Government’s Video on Demand consultation and we expect that responses to the consultation will demonstrate the level of public and stakeholder support for content to be properly labelled.
Published 1st September 2021
Latest BBFC Podcast in conversation with director Prano Bailey-Bond about debut feature film Censor
Today, the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has released their latest ‘in conversation with’ podcast, featuring special guest director Prano Bailey-Bond
Published 17th August 2021
People Just Do Nothing: Big In Japan / Moments Worth Paying For
The Industry Trust’s Moments Worth Paying For videos are played in cinemas across the UK to showcase the importance of enjoying film, TV and video content legally
Summer holiday ‘Boredom Buster’ challenge launched by BBFC
The BBFC is calling all school age children to take part in their new summer holiday ‘Boredom Buster’ challenge with their families.