Tags : Luca Guadagnino

Luca Guadagnino to premiere his new series, ‘We Are Who

A new series We Are Who We Are, (2020) directed by Italian filmmaker Luca Guadagnino, is set to premiere at this year’s San Sebastian film festival. Guadagnino, well-known for his previous works Call Me By Your Name (2017) and Suspiria (2018), has co-written his latest project with Paolo Giordano and Francesca Manieri, and once again […]Read More

Luca Guadagnino to Direct Documentary About Salvatore Ferragamo

Luca Guadagnino, director of Call Me By Your Name and upcoming coming-of-age TV series We Are Who We Are, has revealed his next project will be a documentary about the renowned Italian shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo.  Titled Salvatore Ferragamo, Shoemaker of Dreams, the film will follow the designer as he honed his craft in Bonito, Italy at the […]Read More

‘Luca’ Announced as Next Original Pixar Film

Although it looks like we might have to wait a little while longer to get our Pixar fix on the big screen with the release of Soul being delayed until 20 November, the classic animation studio is keeping fans happy with details on their newest project, Luca. A coming-of-age fantasy film, Luca feels like the […]Read More

Luca Guadagnino to adapt ‘Scotty and the Secret History of

After snatching up the rights to Scotty and the Secret History of Hollywood, a Matt Tyrnauer-directed documentary released last year, Searchlight Pictures has given Luca Guadagnino (Call Me By Your Name, A Bigger Splash, Suspiria) the all-important role of directing its narrative film. Read more: 6 Films To Watch if You Liked Call Me By […]Read More

6 films to watch if you liked ‘Call Me By

Soft blue shirts, ripe peaches, rustling sheet music, urgent kisses. When Call Me By Your Name was released in 2017, people fell in love with not just the story, but with the very fabric of the filmmaking. Eschewing the frigidity of Hollywood cinema and winning legions of fans perhaps not used to slower cinema, the […]Read More

Film News: “Suspiria” trailer is a disturbingly ominous take on

Following Thursday’s release of the official trailer for Luca Guadagnino’s Suspiria, it is already trending on YouTube and gaining millions of views. Initially, Guadagnino seemed like an odd choice for a remake of a 70s horror film, especially as his last film was the romantic Call Me By Your Name. However, the trailer shows that […]Read More