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.
Lucy was grilled by the FILMCLUB reporters in the studio – hearing about what bugs Phoebe about what she can’t see, and discussing the issues raised by the theme and tone of one of Sophie’s favourite films Juno. She also took questions and comments from school children all over the country via...
A survey of over 24,000 young people showed over a third of young people have come in to contact with content online that upsets or worries them.
Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised in the UK by the UK Safer Internet Centre in February of each year to promote safe responsible use of online technology and mobile phones for children and young people. Safer Internet Day 2013, the tenth edition of the event, took place on Tuesday 5 February...
When you buy or rent a video for you and your family, most of the time you’ll find a BBFC age rating on the box, alongside BBFCinsight- content advice which tells you in a few words what you can expect to find on the DVD in terms of issues such as sex, violence, bad language, horror, drug misuse...
There is a wide and varied selection of games suitable for all the family, but there remains some confusion amongst parents as to which games are suitable for the family and how these can be identified.A recent Ukie survey found:· Only 2 in 5 parents say they only buy games that are the correct...
We’ve hidden the film titles, some of the BBFCinsight and some character names. See if you can use the new BBFC website to help check your guesses for all seven film clues.Send your answers by email to firstname.lastname@example.org by Saturday 5 January.
In our centenary year BBFC is again proud to work with Film Education on National Schools Film Week
10 year old Jason Bangar from Birmingham was named the winner of our children's Centenary Competition this summerHe will have his BBFC Black Card design shown ahead of every cinema screening of summer blockbuster Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog
Using the BBFC's Centenary as a platform for debate, the BBFC is expanding its media literacy and education programme during 2012. In addition to the BBFC's well established programme of school, college and university seminars, the BBFC is working with film industry and education partners to...
The competition aims to encourage young people to be active participants in and critical commentators on the cinema experience. By building on the excitement and enjoyment of watching a film on the big screen the competition develops children’ ability to reflect on what they watch. Nominees are...