RE: [Videolib] SUBJECT: website on content of movies?

Hornbeck, Patty (hornbeck@middlebury.edu)
Tue, 30 Sep 2003 09:23:39 -0400

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Try http://www.parentalguide.org <http://www.parentalguide.org> .
Designed as a one-stop site for concerned parents, this collective effort
involving the Motion Picture Association of America, National Cable
Television Association, National Association of Broadcasters, Recording
Industry Association of America, Entertainment Software Rating Board, and TV
Parental Guidelines brings together industry guidelines and ratings systems
on the content of these entertainment products. The Classification and
Rating Administration site, Reasons for Movie Ratings, has a database of all
films rated since 1968.

_________________________________
Patricia Hornbeck
Middlebury College
Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury, VT 05753

(802)443-2268 phone
(802)443-2075 fax
Email: hornbeck@middlebury.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Ronnie Smith [mailto:ronsmith@mad.lib.ms.us]
Sent: Tue, September 30, 2003 8:56 AM
To: VIDEOLIB@library.berkeley.edu
Subject: [Videolib] SUBJECT: website on content of movies?

Does anyone know of a website or other selection tool that goes into
objective detail about the content (incidents of violence, nudity, sex;
language) of recent movies? One of the parenting magazines used to do (may
still do) a monthly "movie guide for puzzled parents." That's the sort of
thing I'd like to find.

Any suggestions will be appreciated.

Ronnie Smith, Head of Technical Services
Madison County Library System
Canton, MS

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Try http://www.parentalguide.org .
Designed as a one-stop site for concerned parents, this collective effort involving the Motion Picture Association of America, National Cable Television Association, National Association of Broadcasters, Recording Industry Association of America, Entertainment Software Rating Board, and TV Parental Guidelines brings together industry guidelines and ratings systems on the content of these entertainment products. The Classification and Rating Administration site, Reasons for Movie Ratings, has a database of all films rated since 1968.

_________________________________
Patricia Hornbeck
Middlebury College
Sunderland Language Center
Middlebury, VT 05753

(802)443-2268 phone
(802)443-2075 fax
Email: hornbeck@middlebury.edu

-----Original Message-----
From: Ronnie Smith [mailto:ronsmith@mad.lib.ms.us]
Sent: Tue, September 30, 2003 8:56 AM
To: VIDEOLIB@library.berkeley.edu
Subject: [Videolib] SUBJECT: website on content of movies?

Does anyone know of a website or other selection tool that goes into objective detail about the content (incidents of violence, nudity, sex; language) of recent movies? One of the parenting magazines used to do (may still do) a monthly "movie guide for puzzled parents." That's the sort of thing I'd like to find.
 
Any suggestions will be appreciated.
 
Ronnie Smith, Head of Technical Services
Madison County Library System
Canton, MS
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