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Informativa in fase di aggiornamento

Everybody knows that a thing is inexplicable until some unknowing fool comes along and explains it.

(Albert Einstein)

A Protocol to guarantee the rights of younger viewers in Cinema

A Protocol to guarantee the rights of younger viewers in Cinema

During the 37th Professional Cinema Days took place in Sorrento in December 2014, the Italian Authority for Children and Adolescents (L’Autorita’ Garante per l’infanzia e l’adolescenza), and other Italian organizations such as ANICA, AGIS-ANEC, ANEM and the National Council, have launched a debate to begin developing a Protocol to guarantee national protection on the rights of minors.  That Protocol will ensure that certain trailers unsuitable for children will not be shown in movie theaters during showing of films for children. 

Though work to define this Protocol has already begun, authorities appealed to producers, distributors and cinema owners so that they take on an immediate commitment devoted to necessary protection of children, rather than wait for specific regulations to be passed.