Alberta Film Classification office
This office rates films and trailers before they are released, licences distributors and gives information on film ratings.
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Get a film ratedBefore you can screen a film in Alberta, you must first register and then apply to get your film rated.
Alberta Film Classification is the Government of Alberta office responsible for rating films before they are shown to the public. The mandate is to assist Albertans in making informed and responsible film choices. We operate under the Film and Video Classification Act and Regulations of the Province of Alberta.
Alberta Film Classification is responsible for:
- rating films
- rating film trailers, commercials and public service announcements (PSAs)
- sharing information about film ratings
- licensing film distributors
Contact Alberta Film Classification
For toll-free service outside of the Edmonton area, please call 310-0000 first.
140, 4211 – 106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta T6J 6L7
Contact the Director
To contact Paul Pearson, Director, Arts Services:
You can see the latest Alberta film ratings as they are published by following us on Twitter at @abfilmratings.
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We want to connect with Albertans interested in film content and ratings. Learn how you can get involved in film classification in Alberta.