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The government agency has censored A LOT of films.
The Movie and Television Review and Classification Board drew flak on September 3 after the government agency told the senate that they want to "regulate" streaming platforms like Netflix. "Just because sa Internet siya pinalabas, hindi na siya covered ng MTRCB law,"
It's a pre-existing framework that's readily available on the platform.
On September 3, the Movie And Television Review And Classification Board (MTRCB) told lawmakers at the Senate trade committee hearing that they were seeking to "regulate" streaming services such as Netflix."Stream services like Netflix are video on demand platforms. We have
Bliss will be shown in local cinemas starting May 10.
Last week, there was an uproar when the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB) gave Bliss-a psychological thriller directed by Jerrold Tarog and produced by TBA Productions (Heneral Luna, Sunday Beauty Queen, and I'm Drunk, I Love You)-
'Why was it shown? It tackles only love and S&M.'
Iza Calzado's new psychological thriller Bliss has been subject of controversy after being given an X rating by the Movie and Television Review and Classification Board (MTRCB). Bliss, directed by Jerrold Tarog, was given the rating for it was "deemed unfit
This means it might not be shown in local cinemas.
It was only two weeks ago when Iza Calzado made headlines after winning the Best Performer award for her film Bliss at the 2017 Osaka Asian Film Festival in Japan.The Kapamilya actress' new psychological thriller was supposed to be released in
Somebody clearly doesn't know how to Netflix and chill.
Rachel Arenas, formerly the representative of Pangasinan's 3rd District, was appointed as chair of the Movie And Television Review And Classification Board (MTRCB) on January 20. She replaced Eugenio "Toto" Villareal. LOOK: Rachel Arenas has been appointed new MTRCB chief | via @