Several years ago, when my kid was in camp, I asked him what he did on a rainy day in camp. He said that they watch a "kosher movie".
OK, I know that the word "kosher" is used generically in English to mean "OK to use". But what makes a movie "kosher"? Is there a standard or certification for kosher movies? Who decides on movie kashrut, or is this up to each individual camp?
The answer to the last question is important, as sometimes my kids invite friends who go to different camps, so I'd like to get movies that can accommodate the kashrut of his friends.