Official New Eiffel Ratings Board

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Official New Eiffel Ratings Board
ONERB logo.jpeg
Unused logo, adopted in 2018

Motto:
Reliable and trustworthy age ratings
Formation

17 March 2018

Disbanded

20 April 2019 (Merger with Amalgamated Film Rating Board)

Type Government owned
Purpose Film and television age ratings
Headquarters New Eiffel, New Leeds, Main Building, ONERB Headquarters (formerly)
Region served New Eiffel
Chief executive Zarel Smith

The Official New Eiffel Ratings Board (ONERB), often shortened to the New Eiffel Ratings Board, was a government-owned organisation created on 17 March 2018, responsible for film and television classifications and video censorship within New Eiffel. It was disestablished on 20 April 2020, when it merged into the Cupertino Alliance's Amalgamated Film Rating Board (AFRB) which "[combined] the Official New Eiffel Ratings Board with other with other film rating boards in other member states to form the Amalgamated Film Rating Board."[1]

Classifications

Final

Classification Name Definition Guidelines
ONERB AA Rating.jpeg AA (Any age) Suitable for very young children. Unlikely to offend or harm in any way. Minor name calling, mild comedic/slapstick violence, slight scary themes
ONERB AAWW Rating.jpeg AAWW (Any age, with warning) Any Age with warning. Suitable for young children. May contain slight mild things which could offend or scare a too young viewer. Minor brief swear words (Please compare to mild language Ofcom's ranking of swear words in order of offensiveness), minor violence, slight sexual references, very brief drugs references
ONERB 13A Rating.jpeg 13A Must be 13 or over unless accompanied or given permission to view by a parent or a guardian. Moderate language (Mostly medium language), strong swear words must be brief, minor action scenes, minor scares, some nudity, only brief and non vulgar, little sex allowed, must be censored. Some drugs references, and very mild sexual violence.
ONERB 13 Rating.jpeg 13 Must be 13 or over. Moderate swearing allowed, not too severe. Most violence is allowed, and some gore, brief nudity, not too vulgar, scary themes, some sexy stuff and certain fetish material allowed, must be censored. Some sexual violence, not too violent. Drug references.
ONERB 15A Rating.jpeg 15A Must be 15 or over unless accompanied or given permission to view by a parent or a guardian. Almost all swear words are allowed, with the exceptions of too many uses of co*ksucker or c*nt (only 1 to 3 allowed comparable to the strongest swearwords). Moderate violence allowed, and most gore, scary themes, but not too dark. Nudity allowed, can’t be too vulgar. Softcore sex allowed. Sexual violence, with some limitations. Heavy drug use with some restrictions.
ONERB 16 Rating.jpeg 16 Must be 16 or over. All swear words allowed, almost all violence allowed, and mort gore. Very scary themes allowed not too dark. Almost all sex and nudity allowed, including ones very vulgar. Almost all drugs allowed, however not to strong.
ONERB R18 Rating.jpeg R18 (Restricted 18) Restricted. Must be 18 or over. All swear words and types of swearing allowed, all violence is allowed and almost all gore is allowed, with some censoring. All scary/horror themes allowed, unless too graphic or too dark. Hardcore sex and fetishism, most drugs, drug references, and drug use allowed.
n/a HR (Highly restricted) Highly restricted film.

17 March—15 June 2018

Classification Name Definition Guidelines
ONERB AA Rating.jpeg AA (Any age) Suitable for very young children. Unlikely to offend or harm in any way. Minor name calling, mild comedic/slapstick violence, slight scary themes
PG Parental Guidance. Some scenes may be unsuitable for young children.
PG10 Parental Guidance. Some scenes may be unsuitable for children under 10.
T13 Must be 13 or over.
M15 Must be 15 or over.
F18 Must be 18 or over.
G21 Must be 21 or over.

16 June—26 July

Classification Name Definition Guidelines
ONERB AA Rating.jpeg AA (Any age) Suitable for very young children. Unlikely to offend or harm in any way. Minor name calling, mild comedic/slapstick violence, slight scary themes
ONERB AAWW Rating.jpeg AAWW (Any age, with warning) Any Age with warning. Suitable for young children. May contain slight mild things which could offend or scare a too young viewer. Minor brief swear words (Please compare to mild language Ofcom's ranking of swear words in order of offensiveness), minor violence, slight sexual references, very brief drugs references
ONERB 13A Rating.jpeg 13A Must be 13 or over unless accompanied or given permission to view by a parent or a guardian. Moderate language (Mostly medium language), strong swear words must be brief, minor action scenes, minor scares, some nudity, only brief and non vulgar, little sex allowed, must be censored. Some drugs references, and very mild sexual violence.
ONERB 13 Rating.jpeg 13 Must be 13 or over. Moderate swearing allowed, not too severe. Most violence is allowed, and some gore, brief nudity, not too vulgar, scary themes, some sexy stuff and certain fetish material allowed, must be censored. Some sexual violence, not too violent. Drug references.
15 Must be 15 or over unless accompanied or given permission to view by a parent or a guardian. Almost all swear words are allowed, with the exceptions of too many uses of co*ksucker or c*nt (only 1 to 3 allowed comparable to the strongest swearwords). Moderate violence allowed, and most gore, scary themes, but not too dark. Nudity allowed, can’t be too vulgar. Softcore sex allowed. Sexual violence, with some limitations. Heavy drug use with some restrictions.
ONERB 16 Rating.jpeg 16 Must be 16 or over. All swear words allowed, almost all violence allowed, and mort gore. Very scary themes allowed not too dark. Almost all sex and nudity allowed, including ones very vulgar. Almost all drugs allowed, however not to strong.
ONERB R18 Rating.jpeg X18 Restricted. Must be 18 or over. All swear words and types of swearing allowed, all violence is allowed and almost all gore is allowed, with some censoring. All scary/horror themes allowed, unless too graphic or too dark. Hardcore sex and fetishism, most drugs, drug references, and drug use allowed.
n/a R Restricted. Film has been banned.

References

  1. Smith, Zarel and Lycon, Jayden (20 April 2020) New Eiffel's new film ratings: What you need to know.. On YouTube. Retrieved 27 September 2020.

See also