Open lecture: Entertainment Law - Theory meets Practice series
30 November 2012
Date/time: 5 December 2012, 3pm
Venue: Room 3.07, 4-12 Little Titchfield Street
Speaker: Lucy Brett, Head of Education and Examiner British Board of Film Classification
This instalment of the Entertainment Law: Theory Meets Practice series is given by Lucy Brett from the British Board of Film Classification (BBFC), which celebrates its centenary this year.
This thought-provoking talk will include viewing of clips from key films from the BBFC’s archive.
You might also be interested in the new book Behind the Scenes at the BBFC, which features contributions by two members of the School of Law, and may want to check out the current film series and exhibition at the British Film Institute, Uncut, which looks at how the BBFC's response to confrontational material has changed over the last 100 years.
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