“Call Me by Your Name”, The Masterpiece from Director Luca Guadagnino ( “A Bigger Splash”, “I Am Love”) is Coming to TLVFest monthly screening, with a special sneak preview screening to celebrate a decade for the TLVFest monthly film club.
Tuesday, January 16th 2018, Rav-Hen Dizengof, Tel-Aviv
Gala Cocktail: 20:30 Screening: 21:30
Early Ticket sales at Atraf site
Call Me by Your Name
Director: Luca Guadagnino
With: Armie Hammer, Timothée Chalamet, Michael Stuhlbarg
Italy/France 2017, 130 min, English, Italian, French, German with Hebrew Subtitles
Sundance 2017 – World Premiere
Berlin International Film Festival 2017 – International Premiere
Film Independent Spirit Awards 2018 – 6 nominations
Gotham Awards 2017 – WON Best Feature & Breakthrough Actor Timothée Chalamet
Hollywood Film Awards 2017 – Breakthrough Actor Timothée Chalamet
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards 2017 – WON Best Feature, Best Actor Timothée Chalamet & Best Director Luca Guadagnino National Board of Review, USA 2017 – WON Breakthrough Actor Timothée Chalamet New York Film Critics Circle Awards 2017 – WON Best Actor Timothée ChalametMelbourne International Film Festival 2017 – Best Narrative Feature Lisbon & Estoril Film Festival 2017 – Best Film & Audience Award
t’s the hot, sun-drenched summer of 1983 and Elio is at his parents’ country seat in northern Italy. The 17-year-old idles away the time listening to music, reading books and swimming until one day his father’s new American assistant arrives at their large villa. Oliver is charming and, like Elio, has Jewish roots; he is also young, self-confident and good-looking. At first Elio is somewhat cold and distant towards the young man but before long the two begin going out together on excursions. Elio begins to make tentative overtures towards Oliver that become increasingly intimate – even if, as Oliver says, ‘one can’t talk about such things’. As the short summer progresses, the pair’s mutual attraction grows more intense. Director Luca Guadagnino co-wrote the screenplay – which is based on the novel of the same name by André Aciman – with US director James Ivory and Walter Fasano. Guadagnino transposes the memories of the book’s first-person narrator Elio into quietly atmospheric images. Besides the two main characters of this unexpected coming-out story (played by Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer) the film also boasts a third leading role in the shape of the seductive landscape.
synopsis: The International Berlin Film Festival