Call Me By Your Name

Nominated for best feature at this year’s Berlin Film Festival, Luca Guadagnino’s latest film is a sublime, sun-kissed romance based on the acclaimed novel by André Aciman. During the shimmering summer of 1983, precocious Italian-American teenager Elio (a revelatory Chalamet) spends his days at his family’s 17th-century Lombardy villa studying music and flirting with his friend Marzia (Esther Garrel). When the much older Oliver (Hammer) arrives to study with his historian father (Stuhlbarg), however, Elio’s romantic ambitions develop in a very different direction. Reining in the ostentatious style that characterised his earlier work, Guadagnino (I Am Love, A Bigger Splash) immerses the viewer in the stunning, seductive setting of the Italian Riviera, and allows Call Me By Your Name to flourish as an evocation of the universal joys and pains of first love.

General admission screenings

Fri 15th Dec
13.30 16.20 19.10
Sat 16th Dec
13.50
Sun 17th Dec
14.30 17.20 20.10
Mon 18th Dec
13.30 16.20 19.10 22.00
Tue 19th Dec
16.05 18.55 21.45
Wed 20th Dec
19.00

Club and Group screenings

Thu 14th Dec 13.45 Silver Screen: Aged over 60? Join the Silver Screen Club for discounted tickets and a free tea or coffee at these shows. Usual ticket prices apply to non-Members.
Thu 14th Dec 21.10 Silver Screen: Aged over 60? Join the Silver Screen Club for discounted tickets and a free tea or coffee at these shows. Usual ticket prices apply to non-Members.
Sat 16th Dec 18.25 Ad Free: No advertisements will play ahead of this screening. You are recommended to arrive promptly.
Thu 21st Dec 18.30 Ad Free: No advertisements will play ahead of this screening. You are recommended to arrive promptly.



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