Students sort out fact and fiction in Hollywood films

01/16/2013 | ThisWeekNews.com (Lewis Center, Ohio)

Some acclaimed movies are based on historical events or major figures from history, but students at Ohio's Olentangy Liberty High School have spent much of this school year noting just where filmmakers departed from the facts and added some fiction. The students chose films such as "Titanic," "Quiz Show" and "Apollo 13," analyzed possible discrepancies from real events, and this month presented their findings to the school at a fairlike event called Hollywood vs. History.

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