- 30 November 2021
- by Nadia Khomami Arts and culture correspondent
The Guardian - Film News
BBFC says ‘attitudes have shifted’ after conducting research into onscreen language and behaviour
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The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) is adopting a stricter position on the use of racist language in programmes, saying “attitudes had shifted” towards the use of outdated and offensive behaviour or language.
The UK regulator said programmes featuring the N-word should not be classified lower than 12A/12 unless in exceptional circumstances, such as a documentary or biopic with a clear educational value and appeal to younger audiences.
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