Australian Council on Children and the Media
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ACCM

The Australian Council on Children and the Media provides evidence-based reviews, information and advocacy to support healthy media choices for children. ACCM is national, not-for-profit  and reliant on community support. You can help

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Classification review announced for the horror film Jigsaw October 17, 2017

The Classification Review Board has received an application to review the classification of the film Jigsaw which was classified R 18+ with the consumer advice 'High impact horror violence' by the Classification Board on 9 October 2017. The Classification Review Board will meet on 20 October 2017 to consider the application. The read more »

Read the latest E-Bulletin October 9, 2017

The ACCM E-Bulletin 9 October 2017 is now available. Read it here Sign up to receive the fortnightly E-Bulletin on Facebook or with the form on our Contact page read more »

Parents trash trailers October 3, 2017

ACCM's latest survey shows that 95% of parents want to be able "to choose a movie outing that will be age-appropriate for my children, and so trailers should only be for films that have the same classification as the feature". Read more about the results of the survey here read more »

Read the latest E-Bulletin September 25, 2017

The ACCM E-Bulletin 18 September 2017 is now available. Read it here Sign up to receive the fortnightly E-Bulletin on Facebook or with the form on our Contact page read more »

The 'TV Make It Australian' campaign launches today September 18, 2017

This is an Australia-wide campaign - the launch times and places are: Melbourne, 3pm, ACMI Cinema Perth, 3pm, East Perth/Fielder Street Creative Hub Adelaide, 5pm, Mercury Cinema Hobart, 5.30pm Fullers Bookshop Sydney, 6pm, AFTRS Brisbane, TBC You can register to attend here. This campaign is important as the government is running the Australian and Children's Screen Content read more »