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Mon, Nov 14, 2016 11:26 PM

Title Correction not being corrected

My film's title is incorrect and I've requested twice to change it. Right now it's listed as:

"Spaceman" (2016)

But it should be:

"SPACEMAN." (2016)

The change is all caps followed by a period. Below is my last update receipt:

Contribution #161031-193017-916000

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4 years ago

Christopher: Please post your last full data submission here on this message board. You can copy it out of the receipt you would have received from IMDb by e-mail immediately after sending it in. Some of the regulars on the board may review it and, if they can, they may provide suggestions as to how to improve the submission to get it included in the database. 

I should probably note that IMDb tends to be reluctant to list titles in all capital letters unless the title is an acronym.

Employee

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4 years ago

gromit82 is correct above and this title is capitalized correctly according to our rules already, sorry, please see https://contribute.imdb.com/updates/guide/title_formats

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I'm not sure anyone has seen my responses. Is there anything against punctuation marks? Seeing that "The Informant!" has an exclamation point at the end, I assume that's not against the rules.

I did include this in my request as well.

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4 years ago

Thanks for the response, guys. I appreciate it.

I didn't exactly see anything in regards to not being able to capitalized all words in that link. But I did note that it does say it will be listed as appears on screen. But if no caps is part of the rules there is another aspect that is missing. Could a period at least be added to it?

On screen it's listed as:

SPACEMAN.

The period is part of it. This was also listed as part of my request.

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4 years ago

Any thoughts on this? Would it be better to re-submit for the period to be added to the title?