A CLOCKWORK ORANGE FIRST released in 1971, A Clockwork Orange was banned by the Irish Film Classification Office because of the graphic and often violent content.
What does IFCO stand for?
IFCO stands for Irish Film Classification Office (Dublin, Ireland)
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We have 17 other meanings of IFCO in our Acronym Attic
- International Franchise Consultant Network
- Implementation and Follow-Up Committee for National Reconciliation (Iraq)
- International Foundation for the Conservation of Natural Resources (est. 1995; North Potomac, MD)
- In-Flight Change Over (searchlight)
- Institut de Formation en Commerce et Oenologie (French: Training Institute of Commerce and Enology)
- International Fan Club Organization (Nashville, Tennessee)
- International Foster Care Organisation (Den Haag, Netherlands)
- Interreligious Foundation for Community Organization
- Iranian Fuel Consumption Organization
- Irish Film Censor's Office (now Irish Film Classification Office; Dublin, Ireland)
- Institute of Foreign and Comparative Law (South Africa)
- Iranian Fuel Consumption Optimizing Organization
- International Foundation for hCG (Human Choriogonadotropin) and Obesity Research
- International Forum on Chinese Outbound Tourism
- Iloilo Flood Control Project (Department of Public Works and Highways; Iloilo City, Philippines)
- Independent Filmmakers Cooperative of the Philippines
- Institute for Cancer Prevention
- International Forum for Cotton Promotion (est. 2000; Washington, DC)
- Internet Fibre Channel Protocol (storage area networking)
- Island Food Community of Pohnpei (est. 2004; Kolonia, Pohnpei, Micronesia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Irish Film Classification Office blocked the sale of the DVD I Spit On Your Grave, starring Buster Keaton's granddaughter Camille Keaton.