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I’d also like to be a candidate for the Minister of Film Ratings. We shouldn’t be trying to fix past mistakes in ratings, but ensuring that in the future we don’t vary as much in our judgement. Through an assessment rubric ratings system, it will be easy for reviewers and raters to understand what each level of rating means. And through understanding there will be agreement. This way, there will be less debacle and uncertainty over questionable ratings, and more realisation by the director of what exactly they need to improve upon. Remember, the ratings aren’t only to order a film from best to worst, they should help the director improve upon their work with every accepted submission.
“Ladon” wrote: Through an assessment rubric ratings system, it will be easy for reviewers and raters to understand what each level of rating means. And through understanding there will be agreement.
Could you elaborate a bit on this? I agree that we shouldn’t attempt to go back and “fix” old ratings to reflect current standards, as that’s simply not feasible, but I’d like to get an idea of what you’d plan to do. Right now I can only picture a pretty complicated system, and I’m sure you’d agree that we need to keep it relatively simple and easy to understand.
It might be better to make a separate topic to discuss your ideas, if you are planning to go into detail.
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