Title of the film or, in the case of a series of films or a part thereof, the title of the series or part.
Total playing time in minutes and seconds of the film, including credits and titles.
Whether the application is for interim or final certification.
Whether the film is intended for theatrical release.
Name of the applicant.
Address of the applicant's principal place of business.
Address of the applicant's registered office.
Registered number of the applicant.
Date of registration of the applicant.
Date of the first day of principal photography.
Date on which the film was completed for the purposes of Schedule 1 to the Act.
If the applicant seeks treatment of a series of films as a single film in reliance upon paragraph 1(2) of Schedule 1 to the Act—
(a) the number of parts in the series;
(b) the combined playing time in minutes and seconds of those parts, including credits and titles, and
(c) the reasons why the series constitutes a self-contained work or is series of documentaries with a common theme.
Type of film: documentary, animation or standard.
If the film is a documentary, the reasons why the film should be considered to be a documentary.
If the film is an animation, the reasons why the film should be considered to be an animation.
The reasons why any point should be awarded under paragraphs 4A(3), 4B(3) or 4C(3) of Schedule 1 to the Act.
The reasons why any point should be awarded under paragraphs 4A(4), 4B(4) or 4C(4) of Schedule 1 to the Act.
If the applicant seeks to rely on paragraph 4A(5)(a)(i) of Schedule 1 to the Act, the total number of days of principal photography and the number of days of principal photography carried out in the United Kingdom.
If the applicant seeks to rely on the rest of paragraph 4A(5), 4B(5) and 4C(5), the total expenditure of the work in relation to which the applicant is applying for points to be awarded and the expenditure of such work carried out in the United Kingdom.
The nationality and ordinary residence of all the persons mentioned in paragraphs 4A(6), 4B(6) or 4C(6) of Schedule 1 to the Act in relation to whom the applicant is applying for a point to be awarded.
Total core expenditure.
Total UK expenditure.
Total non-UK expenditure by each country the expenditure is carried out in.
Other expenditure on the work carried out in the making of the film which is not core expenditure.
Shooting script in the English language.
A complete synopsis or treatment of the screenplay in the English language.
Copy of the chain of tile.
If any part of the film is derived from any previous film (“the previous film”)—
(a) for each part of the film so derived and in respect of which—
(i) the two films do not have the same film production company or producer, and
(ii) the previous film has not been certified under Schedule 1 to the Act,
the playing time in minutes and seconds of that part;
(b) the combined playing time in minutes and seconds of all the parts referred to in sub-paragraph (a); and
(c) if the applicant seeks to rely on paragraph 5(2) of Schedule 1 to the Act the reasons why the subject matter of the film makes it appropriate for paragraph 5(1) of Schedule 1 to the Act not to be applied.
To be appointed
To be appointed: for further effect see reg 1.
Appointment: 1 January 2007 (being the date on which the Films (Definition of “British Film”) (No 2) Order 2006, SI 2006/3430 came into force): see SI 2006/3430, art 1(1) and reg 1(2) hereof.