Call Me By Your Name

Fashion

a guide to timothée chalamet’s fashion evolution

The guide you didn't know you needed, and now can't live without.
Douglas Greenwood
17 hours ago
News

tyler, the creator references call me by your name on his new track

On Gelato Tyler drops a few familiar names over Jacquees’ song No Validation.
Mitch Parker
6.26.18
Culture

why are we so obsessed with the idea of a holiday romance?

Yeah babe you’re 100% my type on paper. At least until this Ryanair flight arrives back at Gatwick.
Roisin Lanigan
6.6.18
News

the call me by your name author made a first love reading list

They include novels like Wuthering Heights and Romeo and Juliet.
André-Naquian Wheeler
6.4.18
News

james ivory of call me by your name is adapting another love story

The main character is very different from Elio.
André-Naquian Wheeler
5.31.18
News

this call me by your name superfan found every single filming location

Perfect for planning a summer trip to Crema, Italy.
André-Naquian Wheeler
5.29.18
News

lgbtq characters had the lowest representation in film since 2012, says a new report

This doesn’t look good.
Roisin Lanigan
5.23.18
Culture

this gay french drama might be 2018’s answer to call me by your name

At Cannes Film Festival we speak to director Christophe Honoré about his blissfully queer and touching new film, Sorry Angel.
Douglas Greenwood
5.15.18
News

the call me by your name sequel might be cancelled

Looks like Luca Guadagnino and André Aciman are second-guessing things.
André-Naquian Wheeler
5.1.18
News

read the tender sex scene cut from call me by your name

"They settle into a mock wrestling position with Oliver's shoulders rubbing Elio's knees," James Ivory wrote in the original version.
André-Naquian Wheeler
4.26.18
Film

timothée chalamet’s best coming of age roles, ranked

The actor has starred in a lot of films you probably don’t know about.
André-Naquian Wheeler
4.16.18
Film

why stans are so protective of call me by your name and love, simon

As stans battle it out on social media, we ask: is this genuine beef, or all a bit of fun? Let the gay-mes begin.
Douglas Greenwood
4.3.18