The Weinstein Company has announced its intention to appeal the MPAA's decision to assign an "R" rating to its forthcoming Bully , a documentary on America's bullying crisis by award-winning filmmaker Lee Hirsch.
Harvey Weinstein film Philomena 'to appeal against R rating'
Film producer Harvey Weinstein is to appeal against a decision by US film censors to give his studio's latest film an R rating, according to reports. Philomena received the rating from the Classification and Ratings ... Weinstein Company plans to release ...
Weinstein Co. Considers Leaving MPAA Over ‘Bully’ Rating
The company had asked MPAA 's Classification and Ratings Appeals Board to rate the movie PG-13 ... Also read: Weinstein Company Loses 'Bully' Rating Appeal "What makes the film strong is it's honest and real and it's what really happens," Lee Hirsch ...
'Bully' Documentary: Weinstein Company Loses Appeal Over R-Rating
Who's the bully in this case -- movie mogul Harvey Weinstein or the MPAA ratings board? As expected, the MPAA turned down Weinstein's appeal over the R-rating ... Weinstein and company surely knew what they were and made the choice to intentionally flaunt ...
THE WEINSTEIN COMPANY TO APPEAL MPAA RATING OF BULLY
2012 – The Weinstein Company (TWC) announced today plans to appeal the MPAA’s decision to assign an “R” rating to its forthcoming documentary BULLY, an urgent and intimate look at America’s bullying crisis by award-winning filmmaker Lee Hirsch.
The Weinstein Company Plans MPAA Ratings Appeal for Bully
The Weinstein Company has announced its intention to appeal the MPAA's decision to assign an "R" rating to its forthcoming Bully, a documentary on America's bullying crisis by award-winning filmmaker Lee Hirsch. The "R" rating was made on the basis of ...