SOURCE: Chronicle of Higher Education
#HATM (Historians at the Movies) and public engagement.
SOURCE: Wall Street Journal
‘They Shall Not Grow Old’ breaks box-office records
SOURCE: The Los Angeles Times
For film historians and film buffs the rapidity with which streaming has supplanted discs and tape as a viewing mode is a bug, not a feature.
by Jeffrey M. Zacks
Studies show that if you watch a film — even one concerning historical events about which you are informed — your beliefs may be reshaped by “facts” that are not factual.
by Robert Brent Toplin
Even when Hollywood’s got a good story to tell, the facts matter.
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