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Form 8 – CINEMATOGRAPH (CERTIFICATION) RULES

FORM VIII: Report of Member of Examining/ Revising Committee Central Board of Film Certification

[Rules 22(9) and 24(9)]

 

N.B :-Please study the guidelines issued by government once again before you preview of the film.

Title of the film and language ……………………………………………………………….. colour/ black and white length of the film ……………………………………………….. (meters)/ running time …………………………………. (minutes) reels …………………. cassette ………………………….. gauge ………………………..  Date of examination ……………………………………… gauge ………………………………

Date of examination …………………………………………….. Name of the member ……………………..

 

I.. I certify that I have carefully examined the above film with reference to the guidelines.

I recommend refusal to certificate to the film, OR

I recommend the grant of following certificate to the film:

‘U’/ ‘UA’/ ‘A’/ ‘S’

with excisions or/ and modifications

without excisions or/ and modifications

[Delete whichever is not applicable]

 

II. In the case of grant of ‘S’ certificate, please specify the class or group of persons which should constitute the specialized audiences :-

 

III. Reasons for refusal of certificate or grant of ‘UA’/ ‘A’/ ‘S’ certificate

Note:- ‘U’-Unrestricted public exhibition.

‘UA’-Unrestricted public exhibition with an endorsement that it is necessary to caution that the question as to whether any child below the age of twelve years may be allowed to see the film should be considered by the parents or guardian of such child.

‘A’-Public exhibition restricted to adults.

‘S’-Public exhibition restricted to members of any profession or any class of persons.

IV. Details of excisions/ modifications (Please see notes below)

 

Sl. No.

Reel No.

Clear and specific description of excisions or modification

Reasons with specific reference to guidelines

 

 

 

 

 

 

V. Thematic classification (only in the case of feature films)

 

VI. Any other remarks (including justification for permitting certain visuals and/ or words prima facie appear to be objectionable)

 

VII. I certify that there would be no infraction of the guidelines if the film is granted a certificate as recommended above.

 

I also certify that the film has been judged in its entirety from the point of view of its overall impact that the film has been examined in the light of the period depicted in the film and contemporary standards of the country and the people to which the film relates; and that the film does not deprave the morality of the people.

I certify that while recommending the film for unrestricted public exhibition I have satisfied myself that the film is suitable for family viewing, including children.

 

Signature …………….

 

Note: 1. While recommending excisions the beginning and end of the excision should be clearly described and the length of the excision may be given as a percentage of the total scene or in meters/ feet.

 

2. If a scene or sequence is to be reduced to a flash, only 1/2 or 1 meter will be kept in the film.

 

3. Also if certain portions are to be completely deleted while refusing a scene or sequence these should be specified.]

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