Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Amendment Bill 2006

Screen industry films and film making

An overview of the Bill making amendments to facilitate the abolition of the Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) and fold OFLC's administrative and policy functions into the Attorney-General?s Department, remove agency management powers and financial responsibilities from the Director of the Classification Board, ensure the Convenor of the Classification Review Board and the Director of the Classification Board have equivalent functions and powers regarding their respective Boards, and streamline the film classification process by fast-tracking the classification process for additional content released with already classified or exempt films.

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