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Sun, May 8, 2022 11:12 AM

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Declined because of formatting and more.

Hi,

there are two main issues I would like to get clarified and solved ASAP:

1. #220506-104212-917000 - this got declined, although I have a speaking role in this film. This is urgent… I re-submitted it, as there was no formatting error; I’ve been using IMDb for several years, I find it unprofessional and disrespectful… This is a film going to Cannes Festival and I have a speaking role in it. 

2. #220403-060014-603000 - 71 credits removed by me, but some of them are still visible on my actor’s page in the filmography session (although a deletion confirmation has been received).

thanks,

Saverio Fabbri

Bethanny

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2分前

Hi SavvFabb-

 

For the first referenced submission it was declined as badly formatted as it has the word "Actor" on the character name, as per policies we need an actual character name to approve.

 

For the second referenced submission I do see it was completely approved, specifically which credits are still showing in your page that should not be showing anymore? So I can investigate further on this.

 

Thanks!

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@Bethanny​ Thank you for your answer. These are the credits that I’m not able to completely remove from my filmography:

Wink 500 (2018) (Video)
Bethanny

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Hi SavvFabb-

This has now been fixed and changes are showing live in the site now.

Thanks!

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@Bethanny

So I can investigate further on this

I don't understand.... There is clear evidence on the internet that many of the removed credits are in fact valid according to IMDb rules...

Due to time/work issues I can't give a more detailed explanation right now, but it takes less than 1 minute to find videos like the one below..... As strict as IMDb is with deletions, how is it possible that someone removes more than 70 credits at a stroke without raising an alarm? and how is it possible that a further investigation -not done by a bot- could result in the same error?

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Hello there,

as I was clearly stating before, I’m going to re-add those credits I have, but in a different section. They’re not FILMS, but videos that I’ve published online (on YouTube) and there are specific sections for those types of videos. I’m the guy in the video, so I know what I’m talking about.

thanks for your support,

Saverio F.

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Most of the titles you mentioned are listed as videos. If any are listed incorrectly, this is not corrected by removing their credits.

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as I was clearly stating before, I’m going to re-add those credits...

Sorry, I can't find that statement in your previous posts.

They’re not FILMS, but videos that I’ve published online

We could agree on that, but they are still titles that meet the eligibility criteria established by IMDb.

there are specific sections for those types of videos

The sections of your name page are arranged according to the work you have done on a title, regardless of what type of title it is. It doesn't matter if it's a blockbuster movie or a small ad on YouTube, as long as it is eligible. For instance, you should be listed for Sognatori... in cravatta (2017) (at the very least) in the Cast (with the uncredited attribute), Director and Writer sections.

This is not a personal criticism towards you (on the contrary, you have all my respect, since it is clear that you have worked very hard to succeed in your career), but here every day we see threads of users struggling to hide some old amateur YouTube videos, and it's practically impossible (as it should be, since those are the rules). I'm just surprised that so many valid credits can be deleted at the same time so easily.

Cheers!

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1分前

Hi SavvFabb -

I'm following up to confirm that these credits have now been reinstated on your IMDb page. 

If your name was credited on-screen for the role then we will need to retain that information.  As ljdoncel mentioned, it is our policy not to alter or delete any kind of correct/factual information from our records. 

Thanks for understanding.

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Hello,

Most of these projects you’ve reinstated have been produced by me, while others should have been added to  the “commercial” section… is it so hard to understand I don’t want to hide these credits but add them to the right sections??

Saverio