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Friday, 10 March 2017

After the Moonlight fades: what's next for LGBT cinema

After the Moonlight fades: what's next for LGBT cinema
- Eleven years ago, when Brokeback Mountain was surprisingly defeated by Crash following rumblings of discomfort among older, rightwing voters over the former film’s gay content, a message was sent out that such narratives were still marginal; only last year, when Todd Haynes’ lavishly acclaimed lesbian romance Carol failed to score a Best Picture nod, the limitations of the old guard were once more suggested. Warm and wistful and sexually inexplicit, Moonlight is not a highly radical work in the annals of queer cinema, but it shall now forever be regarded as a