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Sex and the cinema

Film scholars Matthew Hays and Thomas Waugh reflect on a decade celebrating an alternative LGBTQ canon
Thomas Waugh and Mathews Hays

WHEN MATTHEW HAYS AND THOMAS WAUGH first launched Arsenal Pulp Press’s Queer Film Classics series in 2009, they received more than one proposal for a book about Brokeback Mountain. But the colleagues in the film department of Montreal’s Concordia University set a goal of championing more under-the-radar LGBTQ films. “We were very interested in changing what a queer canon might look like,” Hays says.

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