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Classification Advice

Classifications help you decide which films to choose
Classifications tell you about the impact of the content and most suitable audience for a film.

Who decides the classification?
Generally, all films that are publically exhibited in Australia must be classified by the Classification Board, which is broadly expressive of the Australian community.

Image of classification advice: G is for General, PG is for Parental Guidance, M is for Mature Audiences, MA is Not suitable for people under 15 years, R is for Restrcted to 18 years and over, CTC is for Check the Classification

For more information please see the Classification Guide [PDF, 335KB]
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