My investigation of movies led to the uncovering of controversial facts that I thought the public should be aware of.
Fresno, CA (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
Can the media and motion picture industries change history? In his updated and expanded book, “The Distorters of History: Unexpected Changes in the Media and the Motion Picture Industry”, author Robert D. Ronson assesses the impact the mass media and movie industries have on the past, present and future.
Ronson’s critique focuses on how the media and film industries distort history when documenting current events. Combined with his own analysis of the most influential and valuable films in the past several decades, his expert perspective ties together politics, movies, and the media in a new and unique way.
“My book sheds light on significant facts and events that accompany the production of motion pictures,” said Ronson. “I know more about movies than most people. My investigation of movies led to the uncovering of controversial facts that I thought the public should be aware of.”
As a retired teacher, Ronson has had vast opportunities to discuss the mass media and movie industry from an outsider’s perspective.
“The Distorters of History: Unexpected Changes in the Media and the Motion Picture Industry”
By: Robert D. Ronson
Available at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and Archway Publishing
About the author
Robert D. Ronson taught secondary and elementary education for more than 36 years. At an early age, Ronson could be found writing scripts and creating films. This lifelong passion led to his pursuit of and critique of motion pictures.
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