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Censorship and Regulation

  • เครดิต ฟรี 500 ถอน ได้Administration Commission of Motion Picture Code of Ethics (Japan)  
    The Administrative Commission of Motion Picture Code of Ethics is a nongovernmental body responsible for the regulation of film and video in Japan. This website provides information on the commission.
  • Irish Film Censor's Office  
    The Irish Film Censor's Office, first established in 1923, is "responsible for examining and certifying all cinema films and videos/DVDs distributed in Ireland." Users can learn more about the different film classifications, as well as the classifications of current and upcoming features. The website also features useful information on the history of the Censor's Office and the legislation regulating censorship in Ireland, as well as a short overview by historian Kevin Rockett.
  • Joan Sourasky-Constantiner Holocaust Multimedia Research Center  
    Searchable archive of multimedia materials related to the Holocaust, including Nazi propaganda materials. Soon to include a full, digitized collection, but for now users can only search the holdings of the physical collection. In English and Hebrew.
  • Motion Picture Case Files in New York State Archives  
    New York State collected case files on motion pictures between 1927 and 1965. The files contain a wealth of information, including, in many cases, film scripts.
  • MPAA Market Statistics  
    This site lists MPAA ratings for all rated films, and also publishes useful year-by-year box office reports analyzing "office trends, admissions trends, and consumer attitudes." Users can also see domestic and international box office rankings, demographic studies, and statistics about piracy.
  • One in Ten: Adrian Scott and the Hollywood Ten  
    An online exhibit examining the blacklisting of screenwriter and producer Adrian Scott under McCarthyism during the 1950s.