The FPB is a statutory body established by the Films and Publications Act of 1996. It replaces the Directorate of Publications. The FPB’s task is mainly to classify films, videos, DVDs, computer games and certain publications for their suitable age viewership, and to provide you with enough information to make informed choices about what you and your children should or should not see. The FPB classifies all film material distributed in South Africa, except that shown on TV. Broadcasters have their own regulatory body. "Please note that limited information on the details of classifiable elements is available for films classified by the FPB prior to 2000. The entries under all classifiable elements for these films - language, violence etc,- will be designated as "none"." Enter full or partial film title and click on the Submit button to start query.