I am a Japanese teacher of English who is making a teaching material for my students. I would like to know whether the following usage would be totally accepted in school grammar. To put my question in other words, would a very grammar-sensitive person allow the following usage (in bold font)?
A: What is your favorite movie?
B: It is Titanic created in 1997 by James Cameron.
So, the point here is whether you can grammatically modify a proper noun with a participle. I know it's totally okay to write something like "a movie created in 1997 by James Cameron," where participle modifies a common noun, but I'm not sure if the same is allowed for proper nouns.