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Gillian Armstrong’s 1971 student film The Roof Needs Mowing featured a bathtub full of baked beans. VCA Film & Television School

Magnetic memoir: a love letter to VHS from the archives

In less than a decade, most people won't be able to play a VHS tape anymore. Let's farewell the humble tape, and celebrate the archives finding their way to digitisation and YouTube.
A rare sight these days, with the decline of the VHS. Allan Foster/Flickr

Please rewind: a final farewell to the VCR

The era of the VCR is coming to a close, but it's impact on the way we consume and produce content has been profound.
Malcolm Turnbull’s short biographical video on social media talks about being raised by his single-parent father, and the love his father Bruce showered on his son. AAP/Lukas Coch

Honour thy parents, lead thy nation: Turnbull and Shorten play to the family feeling

Malcolm Turnbull's video and Bill Shorten's book are underpinned by the same idea: the love their parents had for them, and that in turn imbued them with the right qualities to become prime minister.
Harvey Keitel as J.R. in Martin Scorsese’s first film Who’s That Knocking at My Door? Still from Who's That Knocking at My Door (1967)

VIDEO: The five greatest Scorsese scenes – episode #1

Film scholar Bruce Isaacs dissects five classic Scorsese scenes, beginning with the celebrated director's first film, Who's That Knocking At My Door?

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