Saskatchewan Film Classifications



General

A film is to be classified as general if the content is considered to be suitable for viewing by all ages.


Parental Guidance (PG)

A film is to be classified as parental guidance where the themes or content of the film may not be suitable for all children.


14A

A film is to be classified as 14A where the film is suitable for viewing by persons 14 years of age or older, but not for children under 14 unless accompanied by an adult as the film may contain: violence, coarse language or sexually suggestive scenes.
Parents Cautioned


18A

A film is to be classified as 18A where the film is suitable for viewing by persons 18 years of age or older, but not for persons under 18 unless accompanied by an adult as the film will contain: explicit violence, frequent coarse language, sexual activity or horror.
Parents Strongly Cautioned


Restricted (R) - 18 years or older

A film is to be classified as restricted where the film is not suitable for viewing by anyone under 18 years of age as the film will contain frequent use of: brutal or graphic violence, intense horror, explicit sexual activity or other disturbing content.


Adult (A) - 18 years or older

A film is to be classified as adult where the film is not suitable for viewing by anyone under 18 years of age as the film will consist predominantly of explicit sexual scenes.


For more information about film classification in Saskatchewan contact:

The Saskatchewan Film Classification Board
1871 Smith Street
Regina, Saskatchewan
S4P 3V7
Phone: (306)787-5884 or 1-888-374-4636