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Australia's film industry to overhaul trailer policy

The Australian film industry is to get together to try and overhaul the rules that govern the screening of trailers in the territory. The Office of Film and Literature Classification (OFLC) gets more complaints about trailers than about any other subject, while the industry wants to be able to show trailers for more yet-to-be classified films than is currently allowed.

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