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Kids in movie theaters now shielded from violent trailers

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MTRCB Chair Eugenio Villareal PHOTO BY KIMBERLY DELA CRUZ

Movie trailers with mature or violent themes will no longer be allowed in theaters that show movies with the G (General Audience) rating or those approved for children.

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MTRCB signs MOU with Pasig bishop

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After reaching out to schools and private companies, the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) has now turned its attention to faith-based organizations.

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MTRCB chief meets US counterpart

TOTO Villareal with Cara MPAA officials Joan Graves (right) and Marilyn Gordon Sherman Oaks

Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) chair Eugenio “Toto” Villareal recently visited the agency’s US counterpart, the Classification and Ratings Administration (Cara) of the Motion Picture Association of America Inc. (MPAA).

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MTRCB commends cable channel’s self-regulation on ‘Walking Dead’ series

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“THE WALKING Dead"

Even “walkers” have to contend with the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB).

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Disrespectful treatment of gays scored

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DE LEON. Effective character actress.

Mikka Garcia, televiewer: “I’m a regular viewer of ‘Eat Bulaga.’ But, I’m dismayed by the way they treat gays in the ‘Suffer Sireyna’ portion, where contestants are subjected to different kinds of disrespect. I don’t like Vice Ganda’s offensive humor on ‘It’s Showtime,’ but it’s worse on ‘Eat Bulaga.’ Like the nude-painting controversy on ‘Pinoy Big Brother,’ the MTRCB should look into this.”

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