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Videotapes Are Becoming Unwatchable As Archivists Work To Save Them

With VHS tapes degrading, most Americans' home videos from the '80s and '90s won't be viewable in a decade. But there's a grassroots movement to preserve them for posterity.

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Videotapes Are Becoming Unwatchable As Archivists Work To Save Them

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Sonata Director Aparna Sen is a veteran of the small, artistic cinema. She says while mainstream films often "commodify" women, "the good news is that many different films are now being made about women" and by women who are starting their own production companies. Julie McCarthy/NPR hide caption

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Feminist Films Push Boundaries In India

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Superhero movies are everywhere, but superhero music is in decline. Who will help us? Who? Clay Enos/Courtesy of Warner Brothers hide caption

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Can 'Wonder Woman' Offer A Superhero Soundtrack That Sticks?

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Counterterrorism special forces assemble near the scene of a suspected terrorist attack near London Bridge on Sunday in London. Dan Kitwood/Getty Images hide caption

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British Police Say 7 People Killed In London Bridge Terrorist Attacks

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