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04/02/2014

BBFC Announces Poster Competition Winners

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The British Board of Film Classification (BBFC) has announced the winners of its CBBFC poster competition, which was held to mark the launch of its new website for children.
Children from around the UK were invited to create illustrations for a new poster showing their families and friends visiting the cinema.
The poster will now be used in schools across the UK to help remind parents, teachers and children what the five age ratings U, PG, 12A, 15 and 18 mean.
Winning illustrations were selected from over 130 individual entries by a panel of judges including BBFC President, Patrick Swaffer and Lucinda Hasell, Director of Policy and Communications at Childnet International.
Lucy Brett, Head of Education at the BBFC said: "We launched the poster competition to encourage children to start to recognise what film ratings are suitable for what age groups and we were thoroughly impressed by the standard of all the entries.
"Choosing our winners was really difficult since all the entries were so creative and so many of the drawings showed a really high level of awareness of what age ratings mean and what sort of films are appropriate for children and for older age groups. In fact, we had to redesign the leaflet to incorporate as many of the entries as possible.
"The new design works as both a booklet for children and parents to read and a frieze or border that teachers can put up on the classroom wall. The passion children have for cinema also shines through and we've tried to capture this in our new poster for schools.
"The poster will be useful for teachers, people running children's screenings at cinemas, after school film clubs and similar activities, where children watch films for pleasure. It includes an easy guide to BBFC age ratings and answers some of the key questions parents and teachers ask us."
The overall winners, featured on the front pages of the booklet and illustrating PG were:

'Judges' Choice' & PG Category
Cameron Goodchild of Claremont School, Westfield, East Sussex

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Chloe Brown of Mansel Primary School, Sheffield and Neve Irvine of Castlehill Primary School, Bearsden, East Dunbartonshire.

Other winning entries featured on the poster are:

U Category
Maddy Pickering of Kids' Club Duke of York's cinema, Brighton

12A Category
Joshua Johnston of Campbell College Junior School, Belfast

15 Category
Shaun Fairbrother and Emma Staniland of Mansel Primary School, Sheffield

18 Category
Hugh Minford of Campbell College Junior School, Belfast

Also featured on the poster are drawings by: Olivia Noon, Emily Ball and Anais Mike from Abbey Gates Primary School, Ravenshead, near Mansfield; Rianne Gabrielle Chang of St Vincent De Paul Primary School, Belfast; and Courtney Bingham of Mansel Primary School, Sheffield.

The runners-up are:

U Category
Sophie Bell of Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, Maidstone and Ruby Stevens of the Kid's Club Duke of York's cinema, Brighton.

PG Category
Katie Bar of Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, Maidstone and Sean Isidor Cruz of St Vincent De Paul Primary School, Belfast.

12A Category
Ryan Arnold and Jonathan Connery of Campbell College Junior School, Belfast

15 Category
Christopher Parsey of Chenies School, Buckinghamshire

18 Category
Summer Elliot of Mansel Primary School, Sheffield and Shay Darby of Campbell College Junior School, Belfast.

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