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The librarian is, by the very nature of his role in society, a censor.
Earlier, the satire/ comedy Tere Bin Laden , based in Pakistan, had gotten trashed by the censors because it showed ' Pakistani authorities in a poor light'.
Priyadarshan in turn approached the chairman of the Central Film Censor Board, Pahlaj Nihalani, seeking action against those who have played a role in the piracy of the popular film.
The first Censor under the 1923 Act, James Montgomery, together with the first Chairman of the Appeal Board, William Magennis, were the first to deal with this phenomenon.
Although Sweet Substitute did well in the United States, Kent recalls that it was banned in Britain, where censors felt it was too racy.
But Meyer could also be read as showing why no victory of gay visibility or gay rights that we can yet imagine will transcend the queerness of the censor.
Field, then a high school student in Chicago, researched the history of efforts to censor The Wizard of Oz.
FILM censors are to carry out a porn probe into thousands of videos released before 1994.
Indian Censor Board made headlines around the world after it decided to reduce the screen time for James Bond's kisses in his latest movie, Spectre.
PESHAWAR -- The establishment of film censor board is the need of the hour to promote quality cultural activities and provide entertainment opportunities to the people of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
SALMAN KhaneIUs upcoming Diwali extravaganza Prem Ratan Dhan Payo ( PRDP) is facing censor hassles for a strange reason.
If those who have dissident or critical views submit to such pressure and threats, the need to ban or censor intellectual or artistic works goes away.