Call Me By Your Name Release Plan
Winner! Academy Award® - Best Adapted Screenplay - James Ivory

A Sony Pictures Classics Release

Call Me By Your Name

 "A Knockout! Casts a beautifully erotic, sensual spell." 

  • On Digital 2/27 On Blu-ray and DVD 3/13


In the summer of 1983, in the north of Italy, Elio Perlman, (Timothée Chalamet) a 17-year-old American spends his days in his family's 17th century villa lazily transcribing music and flirting with his friend Marzia (Esther Garrel). One day Oliver (Armie Hammer), a 24-year-old graduate student working on his doctorate arrives as the annual summer intern tasked with helping Elio's father (Michael Stuhlbarg), an eminent professor specializing in Greco-Roman culture. Soon, Elio and Oliver discover a summer that will alter their lives forever. CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, directed by Luca Guadagnino and written by James Ivory, is based on the novel by André Aciman.

 "Ravishing filmmaking and piercing wisdom." 
 – Justin Chang, LOS ANGELES TIMES 


Armie Hammer

Armie Hammer


Armie Hammer has received recognition for his role in Stanley Tucci’s film FINAL PORTRAIT as American art critic James Lord. The script is based on Lord’s own work A Giacometti Portrait. The film premiered at the Berlin Film Festival

Hammer also stars in Ben Wheatley’s FREE FIRE as ‘Ord.” The film is set in Boston in 1978 and focuses on the shootout and game of survival between two gangs. The cast also includes Cillian Murphy and Brie Larson. The film premiered at the 2016 Toronto International Film Festival, earning the People’s Choice Award for “Midnight Madness.”

Hammer will work with Ben Wheatley again later this year, when he begins production on Wheatley’s film FREAKSHIFT.

This summer, Hammer will voice the role of “Jackson Storm” for Pixar’s CARS 3.

Later this year, Hammer will star in Anthony Maras’ film HOTEL MUMBAI alongside Dev Patel. The film is about the terrorist attack on the Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in India by Pakistani militants.

In 2016, Hammer appeared in Tom Ford’s critically acclaimed film NOCTURNAL ANIMALS alongside Jake Gyllenhaal, Amy Adams and Michael Shannon.

Also in 2016, he starred as “Samuel Turner” in the critically acclaimed film THE BIRTH OF A NATION. The cast includes Nate Parker, Aja Naomi King and Gabrielle Union. The film premiered at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival where it was acquired in a festival record-breaking deal. Respectively, the film received the festival’s prestigious “U.S. Grand Jury Award” and the “U.S. Dramatic Audience Award.”

In 2015, Hammer starred with Henry Cavill in the spy thriller THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E., playing Russian spy “Illya Kuryakin” and American agent “Napoleon Solo,” respectively.

In 2013, Hammer starred as the title character in THE LONE RANGER, alongside Johnny Depp, directed by Gore Verbinski and produced by Jerry Bruckheimer.

Hammer earned a 2012 SAG Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor for his portrayal of Clyde Tolson in Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar Hoover biopic J. EDGAR, with a script by Dustin Lance Black. Hammer starred opposite Leonardo DiCaprio.

His performance as the Winklevoss twins in the award-winning film THE SOCIAL NETWORK garnered him critical praise and positioned him as one of Hollywood’s breakouts of 2010. Hammer was nominated Most Promising Performer by the Chicago Film Critics Association, and awarded Best Supporting Actor by the Toronto Film Critics Association. The film received a SAG nomination for Best Ensemble, as well as a Best Picture Golden Globe. It was also recognized by both Los Angeles and New York Film Critics, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, National Board of Review and named one of the AFI’s Top 10 Films of the Year.

Timothee Chalamet

Timothée Chalamet


Timothée Chalamet first attracted attention during the second season of Showtime’s “Homeland,” when he played “Finn Walden,” the Vice-President’s son who gets involved with Damian Lewis’s character’s daughter, Dana Brody (Morgan Saylor). Chalamet played the role while still attending LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts in New York City. He was highly praised for his performance in Julia Hart’s MISS STEVENS, playing “Billy,” a rebellious young actor traveling with two other high school students to an acting competition, chaperoned by Lily Rabe’s title character.

Chalamet received a Drama League nomination, Clive Barnes Award nomination and received the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Actor for his performance in the lead role of “Jim Quinn” in the 2016 world premiere of John Patrick Stanley’s play “Prodigal Son,” produced by Scott Rudin.

Upcoming films for Chalamet include: Scott Cooper’s HOSTILES, opposite Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike; Greta Gerwig’s directorial debut. LADY BIRD, with Saoirse Ronan; and Elijah Bynum’s coming-of-age drama HOT SUMMER NIGHTS, which recently premiered at SXSW. His next project will be Felix Van Groeningen's BEAUTIFUL BOY, costarring Steve Carell and produced by Plan B. Chalamet's other film credits include Christopher Nolan's INTERSTELLAR, Jesse Nelson's LOVE THE COOPERS, and JASON Reitman's MEN, WOMEN & CHILDREN.

Michael Stuhlbarg

Michael Stuhlbarg

Mr. Perlman

Michael Stuhlbarg is an acclaimed stage, screen, and television actor. After many award-winning stage performances, Stuhlbarg broke through on film with the lead role of “Larry Gopnik” in the Coen Brothers’ A SERIOUS MAN in 2009, for which he received a Golden Globe® nomination for Best Actor in a Motion Picture.

Stuhlbarg’s other films include: John Madden’s MISS SLOANE, with Jessica Chastain; DOCTOR STRANGE; Denis Villeneuve’s ARRIVAL; Danny Boyle’s JOBS (as computer scientist Andy Hertzfeld); TRUMBO (as Edward G. Robinson); Don Cheadle’s MILES AHEAD; Ed Zwick’s PAWN SACRIFICE; Steven Spielberg’s LINCOLN; Woody Allen’s BLUE JASMINE; CUT BANK; Sacha Gervasi’s HITCHCOCK (as Lew Wasserman); Barry Sonnenfeld’s MEN IN BLACK 3; Martin McDonagh’s SEVEN PSYCHOPATHS; Martin Scorsese’s HUGO; Ridley Scott’s BODY OF LIES; Tim Blake Nelson's THE GREY ZONE; Sophie Barthes’ COLD SOULS; and Martin Scorsese’s short homage to Alfred Hitchcock, “The Key to Reserva.” Upcoming for Stuhlbarg is Guillermo Del Toro’s THE SHAPE OF WATER, opposite Michael Shannon and Octavia Spencer.

On TV, Stuhlbarg was highly praised for his portrayal of mob boss Arnold Rothstein on HBO’s “Boardwalk Empire,” for which he shared SAG Awards in 2011 and 2012 as part of the show’s ensemble cast. He also plays the recurring character of Maura Pfefferman’s father “Haim” in flashback scenes on “Transparent.” He will next be seen as “Sy Feltz” in the third season of the FX series “Fargo.”

In 2005, Stuhlbarg was a Tony Award nominee and a Drama Desk Award winner for his performance in Martin McDonagh’s “The Pillowman.” He has also been honored with the New Dramatists Charles Bowden Actor Award and the Elliot Norton Boston Theatre Award, the latter for his performance in “Long Day’s Journey into Night.” The actor’s other Broadway credits include the National Actors Theatre productions of “Saint Joan,” “Three Men on a Horse,” “Timon of Athens,” and “The Government Inspector,” as well as Ronald Harwood’s “Taking Sides,” Sam Mendes’ revival of “Cabaret,” and Tom Stoppard’s “The Invention of Love.”

Stuhlbarg has worked numerous times with the New York Shakespeare Festival, including his acclaimed portrayal of “Sir Andrew Aguecheek” in “Twelfth Night,” the title role in “Richard II,” and “Hamlet” in Oskar Eustis’ production, for which he won a Drama League Award. His other off-Broadway credits include David Warren’s staging of “The Voysey Inheritance”. (Obie and Callaway Awards and a Lucille Lortel Award nomination); “Cymbeline,” reprising his role in a U.K. stint of the production; “Old Wicked Songs” (Drama League Award recipient); “Measure For Pleasure” (Lucille Lortel Award nomination) and “The Grey Zone.”

Stuhlbarg received his BFA from The Juilliard School. He also studied at UCLA, the Vilnius Conservatory in Lithuania’s Chekhov Studies unit, the British-American Drama Academy at Baliol and Keble Colleges in Oxford, and, on a full scholarship, with Marcel Marceau.

Amira Casar

Amira Casar


Amira Casar has appeared in over sixty prestigious international film, TV, and theatre productions since 1989, acting in French, English, German, Italian and Spanish.

Among the notable filmmakers Casar has teamed with are: Catherine Breillat (ANATOMY OF HELL and THE LAST MISTRESS), Carlos Saura (BUÑUEL AND KING SOLOMON’S TABLE), The Quay Brothers (THE PIANO TUNER OF EARTHQUAKES), Guy Maddin (SEANCES and THE FORBIDDEN ROOM), Werner Schroeter (NIGHT OF THE DOG). She also collaborated with artist Sophie Calle in her 2007 Venice Biennale installation “Take Care of Yourself.”

Other notable films for Casar include Bertrand Bonello’s SAINT LAURENT (Cannes Official Selection in 2014), and Christine Jeffs’ Sylvia Plath biopic SYLVIA, opposite Gwyneth Paltrow and Daniel Craig. Casar was nominated for the Cesar for “Most Promising Actress” in the hit film LA VÉRITÉ SI JE MENS (“Would I Lie to You?”) in 1997, and appeared in its two sequels. Some of her other films include: WHY NOT ME?, HOW I KILLED MY FATHER, Arnaud and Jean-Marie Larrieu’s TO PAINT OR MAKE LOVE (Cannes Official Selection in 2005), Tony Gatlif’s TRANSYLVANIA (Cannes Official Selection in 2006), KANDISHA, GAMINES, COUPABLE, PLAYOFF, MICHAEL KOHLHAAS, ICH UND KAMINSKI, and upcoming, NIGHT OF A 1000 HOURS and PLANETARIUM.

Casar won the Best Actress Award at the La Rochelle Fiction Festival in 2010 for her portrayal of surrealist artist and Picasso muse Dora Maar in the television film “La Femme qui Pleure au Chapeau Rouge.” She currently stars as Béatrice in the Canal+ series “Versailles” which can be seen in the U.S. on the Ovation cable network. Her other TV credits include the mini-series “40,” for Channel Four, and “Arabian Nights,” with John Leguizamo.

Her stage work includes Wallace Shawn’s “Aunt Dan and Lemon,” at London’s Almeida Theater; the title role of “Hedda Gabler” at the Petit Theatre de Paris, and “Petra” in Fassbinder’s “The Bitter Tears of Petra Von Kant.” For director Oliver Py, Casar played the role of “Goneril” in Shakespeare’s “King Lear” (2015) at the Festival d’Avignon in the Palace of Popes and at Les Gémeaux in Sceaux, and appeared in a production of “Les Enfants de Saturne” at the Theatre National de L’Odéon in Paris. She was acclaimed for her performance in Arthur Honneger’s oratorio, “Jeanne au Bûcher” with the London Symphonic Orchestra at the Barbican Centre in London.

Casar was born in England, and raised in England, Ireland, and France. She studied drama at the National Conservatory of Dramatic Art in Paris. In 2016, Casar was named a Chevalier of the Order of Arts and Letters by the French minister of culture, in recognition of her significant contributions to the arts.

Esther Garrel

Esther Garrel


Esther Garrel is a member of one of France’s most illustrious cinematic families: her brother is actor/director Louis Garrel (Bertolucci’s THE DREAMERS), her parents are writer/director Philippe Garrel and actor/writer/director Brigitte Sy, and her grandfather was actor Maurice Garrel.

After making her film debut at 17 in Christophe Honoré’s THE BEAUTIFUL PERSON opposite Léa Seydoux, Garrel trained at the Conservatoire de Paris, and started acting in short films, including “Mes Copains” (2008), directed by her brother Louis.

Garrel made her breakthrough with notable roles in Bertrand Bonello’s HOUSE OF TOLERANCE and Delphine and Muriel Coulin’s 17 GIRLS, both of which were presented at the 2011 Cannes Film Festival. Her subsequent films include Noémie Lvovsky’s CAMILLE REWINDS, Justine Malle’s YOUTH, Brigitte Sy’s L'ASTRAGALE, Philippe Garrel’s JEALOUSY and Valérie Donzelli’s MARGUERITE & JULIEN.

In 2017 she will star in her father’s new feature L’AMANT D’UN JOUR, and will be seen in the French/US production THIRST STREET, directed by Nathan Silver.

Victoire Du Bois

Victoire Du Bois


Victoire Du Bois is a French theatre and film actress. Since making her film debut in Volker Schlöndorff’s CALM AT SEA in 2011, she has appeared in Luc Besson’s THE FAMILY, Guy Maddin’s THE FORBIDDEN ROOM and SEANCES, Nicole Garcia’s FROM THE LAND OF THE MOON (playing the sister to Marion Cotillard’s character), and Cosme Castro and Léa Forest’s THE ENDLESS DAYS OF YOUTH.

After beginning her acting studies at L’école du Jeu (Paris) and graduating from the Conservatoire National d’Art Dramatique de Paris (CNSAD), Du Bois began collaborating with leading stage directors, including: François Orsoni (Alfred de Musset’s “Louison”); Philippe Ulysse (“The Smell of the Human Blood Keeps Staring at Me”), Luc Bondy (Moliere’s “Tartuffe,” Chekhov’s “Ivanov”); Pascal Kirsch (Hans Henny Jahnn’s “Poverty, Wealth, Man and Beast”); and Louis Arene of the Comédie Française (Marius von Mayenburg’s “The Dog, The Night, and the Knife”).

 "Timothée Chalamet and armie Hammer showcase some of the richest chemistry I've ever witnessed in a movie. It's sublime." 
 – Matthew Jacobs, HUFFINGTON POST 


Luca Guadagnino

Luca Guadagnino


Luca Guadagnino is an award-winning director, screenwriter, producer, and artistic entrepreneur. In 2010, he came into international renown for his critically-acclaimed film I AM LOVE, starring frequent collaborator Tilda Swinton, which garnered an Academy Award nomination in Best Achievement in Costume Design as well as Golden Globe® and BAFTA award nominations for Best Foreign Language Film. He most recently directed A BIGGER SPLASH (2015) starring Swinton, Ralph Fiennes, Dakota Johnson, and Matthias Schoenaerts. The film premiered in competition at The Venice Film Festival and screened at the Busan International Film Festival and the London Film Festival.

Guadagnino made his feature film directorial debut at the 1999 Venice Film Festival with the world premiere of the English-language film, THE PROTAGONISTS (1999), which starred Swinton. His other features include MELISSA P. (2005), and the documentaries MUNDO CIVILIZADO (2002), CUOCO CONTADINO (2004), INCONSCIO ITALIANO (2011), and BERTOLUCCI ON BERTOLUCCI (co-directed by Walter Fasano, 2013). He also directed three documentaries in “The Love Factory” series: TILDA SWINTON: THE LOVE FACTORY (2002, short), ARTO LINDSAY PERDOA A BELEZA (2004, short), and PIPPO DELBONO—BISOGNA MORIRE (2008). Guadagnino’s films have premiered at prestigious film festivals all over the world, including Venice, Berlin, Toronto, Locarno, Busan, and Sundance.

Guadagnino’s frequent presence on the international film circuit led to several invitations to serve on juries for the Turin Film Festival (2003 & 2006); the Venice Film Festival, chaired by Quentin Tarantino (2010); the Beirut International Film Festival, where he presided as President of the jury (2011); and the Locarno Film Festival (2011).

Born in Palermo, Italy and raised in Ethiopia, where his father taught history and Italian, Guadagnino’s international outlook and insatiable appetite for creative expression were calibrated early. He graduated from Rome’s University La Sapienza with a degree in History and Critics of Cinema, and did his thesis on Jonathan Demme. He made his theater directing debut in 2006 with a production of Patrick Marber’s “Closer,” and his opera directing debut in 2011 with Verdi’s “Falstaff” at the Teatro Filarmonico in Verona, Italy. In 2012 Guadagnino founded the production company Frenesy, through which he produced Ferdinando Cito Filomarino’s feature ANTONIA., as well as the documentaries BELLUSCONE. A SICILIAN STORY, OMBRE DAL FANDO, and his own BERTOLUCCI ON BERTOLUCCI.

Guadagnino’s next film is a remake of Dario Argento’s cult classic horror film, SUSPIRIA, reuniting him with Tilda Swinton and Dakota Johnson. The release is planned for 2018.

James Ivory


James Ivory is a celebrated American writer/director who made 24 feature films over his 44-year partnership with the late Ismail Merchant, through their famed Merchant Ivory Productions. They are best known for a trio of English films, A ROOM WITH A VIEW, HOWARDS END, and THE REMAINS OF THE DAY, which between them earned twenty-five Academy Award® nominations, including three for Best Picture and Best Director.

Ivory marks his seventh produced screenplay with CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, following five films with two-time Oscar® winner Ruth Prawer Jhabvala (SHAKESPEARE WALLAH, THE GURU, BOMBAY TALKIE, A SOLDIER’S DAUGHTER NEVER CRIES, and THE DIVORCE); and one with Kit Hesketh-Harvey (MAURICE).

His work has taken him to France for six feature films, to China for THE WHITE COUNTESS (2004), based on an original screenplay by Kazuo Ishiguro, and to Argentina for THE CITY OF YOUR FINAL DESTINATION (2006), based on the novel by Peter Cameron.

Ivory began his filmmaking career in India with Merchant and Ruth Prawer Jhabvala, his long-time screenwriter, in 1962. There the trio made the classic SHAKESPEARE WALLAH and HEAT AND DUST, based on Jhabvala’s Booker Prize-winning novel, Heat and Dust. Some of his other films include: THE HOUSEHOLDER, SAVAGES, THE WILD PARTY, AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF A PRINCESS, ROSELAND, THE EUROPEANS, JANE AUSTEN IN MANHATTAN, QUARTET, THE BOSTONIANS, SLAVES OF NEW YORK, MR. & MRS. BRIDGE, JEFFERSON IN PARIS, SURVIVING PICASSO, and THE GOLDEN BOWL.

In 1995, Ivory received the D.W. Griffith Award from the Directors Guild of America, their highest lifetime achievement prize.

André Aciman

Original Novel

André Aciman as born in Alexandria, Egypt and is an American memoirist, essayist, novelist, and scholar of seventeenth-century literature. He has written four novels: Call Me by Your Name (2007, Lambda Literary Award for Men’s Fiction), Eight White Nights (2010), Harvard Square (2013), and Enigma Variations (2017).

Aciman also wrote Out of Egypt (1995, Whiting Award winner), his memoir of his childhood as a Jew growing up in post-colonial Egypt, and two collections of essays, False Papers: Essays in Exile and Memory and Alibis: Essays on Elsewhere. He also edited Letters of Transit and The Proust Project, wrote the text for Jean-Michel Berts’ photobook The Lights of New York, and prefaced Monsieur Proust, The Light of New York, Condé Nast Traveler’s Room With a View, Stefan Zweig’s Journey to the Past, and Alexandrian Summer. His books and essays have been translated in many languages.

Aciman grew up in a multilingual and multinational family and attended English-language schools, first in Alexandria and later, after his family moved to Italy in 1965, in Rome. In 1968, Aciman's family moved again, this time to New York City, where he graduated in 1973 from Lehman College. Aciman received his Ph.D. in Comparative Literature from Harvard University and, after teaching at Princeton University and Bard College, is Distinguished Professor of Comparative Literature at The Graduate Center, CUNY, and the director of both The Center for the Humanities and The Writers’ Institute. He has also taught creative writing at New York University, Cooper Union, and Yeshiva University. In 2009, Aciman was also Visiting Distinguished Writer at Wesleyan University. Aciman is the recipient of a Guggenheim Fellowship as well as a fellowship from The New York Public Library’s Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers.

A contributor to The New York Times, The New Yorker, The New Republic, The New York Review of Books, Aciman has also appeared in several volumes of Best American Essays. He is currently working on a novel about his father and a collection of essays.

Peter Spears


Peter Spears is an American writer, director, producer, and actor. He was born in Kansas City, Missouri, and attended Northwestern University before moving to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career.

Spears has appeared in numerous television shows and films, notably as “Danny Benjamin,” Diane Keaton’s son-in-law, in Nancy Meyers’ SOMETHING’S GOTTA GIVE. His TV credits include “ER,” and “Friends,” among many others.

In 2006, Spears directed his first feature film, CARELESS, starring Colin Hanks and Tony Shalhoub. That same year saw the world premiere, in Chicago, of Spears’ musical comedy, “Asphalt Beach,” of which he co-authored the book with Tom Smith. The music and lyrics for “Asphalt Beach” were written by Andrew Lippa, a Tony nominee for “The Addams Family.” A London production is in the works, as is a film version of the musical.

Spears also co-wrote the short film that marked his directorial debut, “Ernest and Bertram.” It tells the sad and ultimately violent tale of the doomed relationship between two closeted muppets and premiered to critical acclaim at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival where Entertainment Weekly named it “Best Of The Festival.” (It can be viewed on YouTube).

In 1992, Spears developed “Nightmare Café” for NBC with Wes Craven. He has written several other movies and television pilots and was the executive producer for the “surf noir” series for HBO, “John From Cincinnati” which he developed with David Milch (“Deadwood” and “NYPD Blue”) and aired in 2007.

Currently, Spears is at work with journalist Jody Becker on an animated documentary film about the life of gay Holocaust hero, Fredy Hirsch.

Emilie Georges


Emilie Georges founded Memento Films Distribution and Production with Alexandre Mallet-Guy in 2003. Previously she worked at Flach Pyramide and Pan Européenne, where she was in charge of international co-productions.

Georges launched Memento Films International at the Cannes Film Festival in 2005 with Hiner Saleem’s KILOMETER ZERO, which was presented in competition. The company, of which she is managing director, is set up to accompany arthouse films by internationally respected directors through production, international sales, and French distribution, according to the needs of each project. Among the films and directors Memento Films International has worked with include: Laurent Cantet’s THE CLASS (Golden Palm, Cannes 2008); Aditya Assarat’s WONDERFUL TOWN (Tiger Awards, Rotterdam 2008; New Current Awards, Pusan 2007); Jia Zhang-ke’s STILL LIFE (Golden Lion, Venice 2006); Asghar Farhadi’s A SEPARATION (2012 Academy Award® for Best Foreign Language Film); Nuri Bilge Ceylan’s WINTER SLEEP (Golden Palm, Cannes 2014); and Wash Westmoreland & Richard Glatzer’s STILL ALICE (2015 Academy Award® for Best Actress for Julianne Moore), Joachim Trier’s LOUDER THAN BOMBS (2015), and upcoming, Cate Shortland’s BERLIN SYNDROME and Nicolas Pesce’s PIERCING.

She also produces through her own production company La Cinéfacture, which has developed such ambitious European projects as Hiner Saleem’s KILOMETRE ZERO and Gyorgy Palfi’s TAXIDERMIA. Georges also chairs Paradise City, a production company mainly dedicated to prestige English language genre projects, including Jim Mickle’s WE ARE WHAT WE ARE and COLD IN JULY, and Jeremy Saulnier’s BLUE RUIN.

Georges has been co-president of ADEF, the association of French sales agents, since 2009, and has been an elected member of the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of Unifrance since 2008.

Rodrigo Teixieira


Rodrigo Teixieira is a film producer, CEO and founder of RT Features, an international production company based in São Paulo, Brazil. His Portuguese language films include Heitor Dhalia’s O CHEIRO DO RALO (Sundance 2007), Karim Aïnouz’s O ABISMO PRATEADO (Cannes, 2011), José Henrique Fonseca’s HELENO (Toronto, 2011), and Marco Dutra’s QUANDO EU ERA VIVO (Rome, 2014), among others.

For the last five years, Teixeira has also focused on developing, producing and financing international projects, notably Noah Baumbach’s FRANCES HA, starring Greta Gerwig, Mickey Sumner and Adam Driver, which played numerous film festivals, including Telluride, Toronto, New York and Berlin in 2012 and 2013. Teixeira has also produced Kelly Reichardt’s NIGHT MOVES, starring Dakota Fanning, Jesse Eisenberg and Peter Sarsgaard (Venice, 2013); and Ira Sachs’ LOVE IS STRANGE, starring Alfred Molina, John Lithgow and Marisa Tomei (Sundance and Berlin, 2014)

In 2015, films produced by Teixeira were presented at the Sundance Film Festival (Noah Baumbach’s MISTRESS AMERICA and Robert Eggers’ THE WITCH, which won the Dramatic Directing Award) and Cannes Film Festivals (Gaspar Noé’s LOVE). In 2016, he produced INDIGNATION, adapted from Philip Roth’s novel by James Schamus, (Sundance, Berlin and Rio de Janeiro, 2016) and LITTLE MEN directed by Ira Sachs (Sundance, Berlin and Rio de Janeiro, 2016). This year Teixeira’s production of Geremy Jasper’s PATTI CAKE$ was well received upon its presentation at Sundance. Its US release is planned for 2017.

Marco Morabito


Marco Morabito was the producer of Luca Guadagnino’s I AM LOVE (nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the Golden Globes® and for an Academy Award® for Best Costume Design) and executive producer of Guadagnino’s A BIGGER SPLASH, starring Tilda Swinton, Ralph Fiennes and Dakota Johnson. He will next produce Guadagnino’s upcoming SUSPIRIA, with Dakota Johnson, Tilda Swinton, and Chloë Grace Moretz.

Morabito also produced, through his company, MA.MO., Guadagnino’s documentaries TILDA SWINTON: THE LOVE FACTORY; LOTUS; CUOCO CONTADINO, presented at the Venice Film Festival; and ARTO LINDSAY PERDOA A BELEZA, presented at the Torino Film Festival.

Born in Rome and a horror fanatic, Morabito co-founded the production company First Sun in 2006. He also produced Edoardo Gabbriellini’s THE LANDLORDS, which premiered in 2012 at the Locarno Film Festival in Competition and ANTONIA. by Ferdinando Cito Filomarino, presented in competition at the 50th Karlovy Vary Film Festival where it received the Special Jury Mention.

Howard Rosenman


Howard Rosenman is an acclaimed producer, actor, and teacher. His over thirty productions have won two Peabody Awards, an Academy Award®, and top honors at the Sundance, Berlin and Cannes Film Festivals.

His credits range from such features as FATHER OF THE BRIDE, BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER, THE FAMILY MAN, THE MAIN EVENT, A STRANGER AMONG US, YOU KILL ME, and SPARKLE to documentaries like THE CELLULOID CLOSET, COMMON THREADS: STORIES FROM THE QUILT (Academy Award for Best Documentary, Peabody Award), and the Emmy-nominated BRAVE MISS WORLD. His TV work also includes David Milch’s HBO series “John from Cincinnati.”

Upcoming film projects for Rosenman include the comedy MATTER OF SIZE, to be directed by Jon Turteltaub; a film on Anita Bryant, to be directed by Darren Star; and SHEPHERD: A TALE OF A DOG IN WORLD WAR II, to be written and directed by Lynn Roth. For television, Rosenman is preparing “The Six Day War,” based on Michael Oren’s book, to be directed by Sam Raimi; a TV film retelling of “A Christmas Carol” called “Ebeneza,” starring Taraji P. Henson; and a mini-series “The Black Calhouns,” the story of Lena Horne’s family from reconstruction to the civil rights era, based on the book by her daughter, Gail Lumet Buckley. Rosenman is also preparing a Broadway musical, “Anne Rice’s ‘Voce,’” with music by Lance Horne.

Rosenman made his acting debut in Gus Van Sant’s MILK playing “David Goodstein” and has since acted in five more movies. Rosenman has been an adjunct professor at USC, and recently, at The Feirstein Graduate School of Cinema in Brooklyn. He has also taught at UCLA, Yale, Columbia, NYU, Brandeis, and AFI. Born in Brooklyn, NY and raised on Long Island, Rosenman graduated Magna Cum Laude from Brooklyn College with a degree in European Literature.

Sayombhu Mukdeeprom

Director of Photography

Sayombhu Mukdeeprom began his collaboration with Luca Guadagnino on Ferdinando Cito Filomarino’s feature ANTONIA., which Guadagnino produced. Since completing CALL ME BY YOUR NAME, Mukdeeprom served as director of photography on Guadagnino’s SUSPIRIA.

He is best known for his work with Thai director Apichatpong Weerasethakul on such films as BLISSFULLY YOURS (Un Certain Regard Award, Cannes 2002), SYNDROMES AND A CENTURY (2007), and UNCLE BOONMEE WHO CAN RECALL HIS PAST LIVES (Golden Palm, Cannes 2010, Best Cinematographer, 2010 Dubai International Film Festival), A LETTER TO UNCLE BOONMEE (short), and on Miguel Gomes’ ARABIAN NIGHTS 2015 trilogy of films retelling Scheherezade’s stories with modern Portugal as a backdrop: VOLUME 1: THE RESTLESS ONE, VOLUME 2 – THE DESOLATE ONE, and VOLUME 3 – THE ENCHANTED ONE.

Born in 1970, Mukdeeprom graduated from the Communication Arts of Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok, Thailand, majoring in motion picture and still photography. He continued his studies at the Russian National Film Institute (VGIK) in Moscow, before returning to Thailand in 2000 to begin his collaboration with Apichatpong Weerasethakul.

His other films shot in Thailand include IRON LADIES 2, SAYEW, MIDNIGHT MY LOVE, HAPPY BIRTHDAY, BITTER/SWEET (with James Brolin), SAWASDEE BANGKOK HELLGATE (with William Hurt and Cary Elwes), and LAST SUMMER. Since shooting ANTONIA for Ferdinando Cito Filomarino, he has shot two short films for the director, “Await” and “Closing In.”

Walter Fasano


Walter Fasano began his friendship and artistic collaboration with Luca Guadagnino in 1996 with the director’s debut film THE PROTAGONISTS, starring Tilda Swinton, and edited all his following film works: MUNDO CIVILIZADO, MELISSA P., I AM LOVE (which he co-wrote), BERTOLUCCI ON BERTOLUCCI (which he co-directed), and A BIGGER SPLASH. He is currently editing Guadagnino’s SUSPIRIA.

Born in 1970 in Southern Italy, Fasano is also a self-taught musician and a professional radio deejay. He has a Degree in History of Cinema and studied Editing at the National Film School in Roma. He has edited more than forty feature films and documentaries working with, among others, Park Chan-Wook, Dario Argento, Maria Sole Tognazzi, Ferdinando Cito Filomarino and Ferzan Ozpetek. He often collaborates as a screenwriter (Argento’s MOTHER OF TEARS) and composer on his projects.

Samuel Deshors

Production Designer

Samuel Deshors is originally from Caen, Normandy, where he began his study of Applied Arts. He moved to Paris to continue his training at the ENSAAMA Olivier de Serres School of Art and Design. He then attended La Femis Film School in Paris, where he majored in Set Design. After graduating from La Femis in 2003, he began collaboration with director Christophe Honoré on DANS PARIS, a relationship that continued with LOVE SONGS, “The Beautiful Person” (TV), MAKING PLANS FOR LENA, MAN AT BATH, BELOVED, and METAMORPHOSES. Deshors has also teamed with director Philippe Claudel on I’VE LOVED YOU SO LONG, TOUS LES SOLEILS, BEFORE THE WINTER CHILL, and A CHILDHOOD.

Deshors’ other film credits include THE AGE OF MAN, PAULINE DÉTECTIVE, Alice Winocour’s DISORDER (aka MARYLAND), JULY-AUGUST, and upcoming, LA MONNAIE DE LEUR PIÈCE.

Giulia Piersanti

Costume Designer

Giulia Piersanti has been working for the past twenty years as a freelance fashion designer, consulting for some of the world’s best renowned luxury brands.

Born in Rome, Piersanti grew up in Paris and Los Angeles, and studied at Parsons School of Design in New York City. After her longtime friendship and aesthetic affinity with Luca Guadagnino, the director invited her to make her debut as a film costume designer on A BIGGER SPLASH in 2015, a successful partnership that continued with CALL ME BY YOUR NAME and, upcoming, SUSPIRIA.

Daniel Pemberton


Daniel Pemberton an Ivor Novello winning and multi-Golden Globe and BAFTA nominated composer known for embracing a wide range of musical mediums, from electronic to orchestral. His unconventional and innovative approaching to scoring has captured the attention of not only some of the most legendary directors in the industry but also filmgoers and critics alike and has established him as one of the most versatile and exciting voices working in film today.

He has composed the scores to such major films as Danny Boyle’s STEVE JOBS (2015), Ridley Scott’s THE COUNSELOR (2013), Aaron Sorkin’s MOLLYS GAME (2017), Guy Ritchie’s THE MAN FROM U.N.C.L.E. (2015) and KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD (2017), Nicole Garcia’s FROM THE LAND OF THE MOON (2016), and Stephen Gaghan’s GOLD (2016).

After more than a decade establishing himself as one of the most inventive and experimental voices in British television, Pemberton moved into the world of film with the period supernatural thriller The Awakening (2011). His hybrid choral, orchestral and electronic score caught the ear of Ridley Scott who hired the composer to score his feature THE COUNSELOR (2013). He collaborated again with Scott on the director’s first foray into television, “The Vatican” in 2014. He was named “Discovery Of The Year” at the World Soundtrack Awards in 2014 and nominated as “Film Composer Of The Year” in 2016.

Sufjan Stevens

Original Songs

Sufjan Stevens s a singer-songwriter currently living in New York City. A preoccupation with epic concepts has motivated two state records (“Michigan” and “Illinois”), a collection of sacred and biblical songs (“Seven Swans”), an electronic album for the animals of the Chinese zodiac (“Enjoy Your Rabbit”), two Christmas box sets (“Songs for Christmas, Vols. 1-5” and “Silver & Gold, Vols. 6-10”), and a programmatic tone poem for the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway (“The BQE”). In 2010, Sufjan released an expansive EP (“All Delighted People”) and the full length “The Age of Adz,” a collection of songs partly inspired by the outsiderartist Royal Robertson. His most recent release is “Carrie & Lowell,” released in March of 2015.

Three of Stevens’ songs are on the CALL ME BY YOUR NAME soundtrack. Two new ones, “Mystery of Love” and “Visions of Gideon,” were written and performed especially for the film, and a previous song, “Futile Devices,” was rearranged.

Born in Detroit and raised in Northern Michigan, Sufjan attended Hope College, in Holland, Michigan, and the masters program for writers at the New School for Social Research.

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 – Joshua Rothkopf, TIME OUT NEW YORK 


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