Many may have already stumbled across this little gem, but I'm posting this link for those that haven't. The BBFC (British Board of Film Classification) have launched a new website, aimed primarily at media studies students, but available to all, which gives much greater detail into some of the work carried out by the board, including case studies of the classification of various famous and infamous movies, a study on the 1980s 'Video Nasty' controversy and various other articles. I have no connection to the BBFC, and I'm certainly no apologist for them - in fact I think many of there decisions have been downright outrageous, not to mention baffling - but this site does at least give one a new appreciation of the process by which they arrive at the rating given to a film, from new releases like Batman Begins to older controversial releases like Crash and A Clockwork Orange. For anyone interested in censorship, it's well worth a look. I can't say it's changed my overall opinion of the organisation, but there is some fascinating 'well I never knew that' material to be found.