Groves, Don
September 2003
Daily Variety;9/25/2003, Vol. 280 Issue 59, p14
Trade Publication
Focuses on the international ratings conference held in Sydney, New South Wales. Absence of support for ratings harmonization among local audiences or film industries; Number of attendees generated by the event staged by the Australian Office of Film and Literature Classification; Proposal of attorney general Bob Debus to amend the Australian guidelines on films.


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