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* ProductionPosse: Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/DakotaJohnson, editor/co-writer Walter Fasano and cinematographers Yorick Le Saux and Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.

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* ProductionPosse: Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/DakotaJohnson, editor/co-writer Walter Fasano and cinematographers Yorick Le Saux and Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.Mukdeeprom (also a ProductionPosse of Thai director Apitchapong Weerasethakul).


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* ''The Protagonists'' (1999)
* ''Melissa P.'' (2005)
* ''I Am Love'' (2009)
* ''[[Creator/BernardoBertolucci Bertolucci on Bertolucci]]'' (2013)
* ''A Bigger Splash'' (2015)
* ''Film/CallMeByYourName'' (2017)
* ''Film/{{Suspiria|2018}}'' (2018)
* ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'' (TBD)
* ''{{Scarface}}'' (TBD)

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* ''The Protagonists'' (1999)
(1999) [[superscript:DW]]
* ''Melissa P.'' (2005)
(2005) [[superscript:DW]]
* ''I Am Love'' (2009)
(2009) [[superscript:DWP]]
* ''[[Creator/BernardoBertolucci Bertolucci on Bertolucci]]'' (2013)
(2013) [[superscript:P]]
* ''A Bigger Splash'' (2015)
(2015) [[superscript:DP]]
* ''Film/CallMeByYourName'' (2017)
(2017) [[superscript:DP]]
* ''Film/{{Suspiria|2018}}'' (2018)
(2018) [[superscript:DP]]
* ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'' (TBD)
(TBD) [[superscript:D]]
* ''{{Scarface}}'' (TBD)(TBD) [[superscript:D]]



* ''Series/WeAreWhoWeAre'' (2020)
* ''Literature/BridesheadRevisited'' (TBD)

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* ''Series/WeAreWhoWeAre'' (2020)
(2020) [[superscript:DWPC]]
* ''Literature/BridesheadRevisited'' (TBD)(TBD) [[superscript:D]]


* ''The Protagonists'' (1999)
* ''Melissa P.'' (2005)
* ''I Am Love'' (2009)

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!!! '''Film:'''
* ''The Protagonists'' (1999)
(1999)
* ''Melissa P.'' (2005)
(2005)
* ''I Am Love'' (2009)(2009)


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!!! '''Television:'''
* ''Series/WeAreWhoWeAre'' (2020)
* ''Literature/BridesheadRevisited'' (TBD)


Guadagnino followed the success of ''Call Me By Your Name'' with [[Film/Suspiria2018 a remake]] of the 1977 Creator/DarioArgento horror film ''Film/{{Suspiria|1977}}'', starring the aforementioned Swinton and Creator/DakotaJohnson, the latter of whom he also worked with in ''A Bigger Splash''. He also has adaptations of ''Theatre/SwanLake'', ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'', and ''{{Scarface}}'' (written by Creator/TheCoenBrothers) in development.

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Guadagnino followed the success of ''Call Me By Your Name'' with [[Film/Suspiria2018 a remake]] of the 1977 Creator/DarioArgento horror film ''Film/{{Suspiria|1977}}'', starring the aforementioned Swinton and Creator/DakotaJohnson, the latter of whom he also worked with in ''A Bigger Splash''. He also has adaptations of ''Theatre/SwanLake'', ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'', ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'' (written by Creator/PatrickNess), and ''{{Scarface}}'' (written by Creator/TheCoenBrothers) in development.



* ''Theatre/SwanLake'' (TBD)


Guadagnino followed the success of ''Call Me By Your Name'' with [[Film/Suspiria2018 a remake]] of the 1977 Creator/DarioArgento horror film ''Film/{{Suspiria|1977}}'', starring the aforementioned Swinton and Creator/DakotaJohnson, the latter of whom he also worked with in ''A Bigger Splash''. He also has an adaptation of the ''Theatre/SwanLake'' story in development.

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Guadagnino followed the success of ''Call Me By Your Name'' with [[Film/Suspiria2018 a remake]] of the 1977 Creator/DarioArgento horror film ''Film/{{Suspiria|1977}}'', starring the aforementioned Swinton and Creator/DakotaJohnson, the latter of whom he also worked with in ''A Bigger Splash''. He also has an adaptation adaptations of the ''Theatre/SwanLake'' story ''Theatre/SwanLake'', ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'', and ''{{Scarface}}'' (written by Creator/TheCoenBrothers) in development.


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* ''Literature/LordOfTheFlies'' (TBD)
* ''{{Scarface}}'' (TBD)


Guadagnino followed the success of ''Call Me By Your Name'' with a remake of the 1977 Creator/DarioArgento horror film ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'', starring the aforementioned Swinton and Creator/DakotaJohnson, the latter of whom he also worked with in ''A Bigger Splash''. He also has an adaptation of the ''Theatre/SwanLake'' story in development.

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Guadagnino followed the success of ''Call Me By Your Name'' with [[Film/Suspiria2018 a remake remake]] of the 1977 Creator/DarioArgento horror film ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'', ''Film/{{Suspiria|1977}}'', starring the aforementioned Swinton and Creator/DakotaJohnson, the latter of whom he also worked with in ''A Bigger Splash''. He also has an adaptation of the ''Theatre/SwanLake'' story in development.


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* ProductionPosse: Creator/TildaSwinton, editor/co-writer Walter Fasano and cinematographers Yorick Le Saux and Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.

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* ProductionPosse: Creator/TildaSwinton, Creator/DakotaJohnson, editor/co-writer Walter Fasano and cinematographers Yorick Le Saux and Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.

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* ProductionPosse: Creator/TildaSwinton, editor/co-writer Walter Fasano and cinematographers Yorick Le Saux and Sayombhu Mukdeeprom.

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* AuthorPhobia: Guadagnino never learned how to swim, with the end result of bad things happening in or around pools in his films, such as [[spoiler: Melissa being taken advantage of sexually near one in ''Melissa P.'', Edoardo dying after hitting his head on the poolside in ''I Am Love'' and Paul accidentally drowning Harry in ''A Bigger Splash''.]] ''Call Me By Your Name'' averts this, and it has a much smaller pool than the previous examples.
* BenevolentBoss: Many actors have nothing but nice things to say about working with him, and he'll cook dinner for the cast and try his hardest to create a positive atmosphere on set.


* ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' (2018)

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* ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' ''Film/{{Suspiria|2018}}'' (2018)

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Luca Guadagnino (born 10 August 1971) is an Italian director.

Guadagnino is best known for his work on intimate, low-budget dramas. His 2009 film ''I Am Love'' brought him to greater international consciousness, which he then followed up with ''A Bigger Splash'' in 2015. Both films star Creator/TildaSwinton, with whom he's a frequent collaborator.

His 2017 film ''Film/CallMeByYourName'', based on the novel by Andre Aciman, is perhaps his most recognized and celebrated work to date. It was nominated for three UsefulNotes/{{Academy Award}}s, including Best Picture, Best Actor (Creator/TimotheeChalamet), Best Original Song ("Mystery of Love" by Music/SufjanStevens), and won Best Adapted Screenplay ([[Creator/MerchantIvory James Ivory]]).

Guadagnino followed the success of ''Call Me By Your Name'' with a remake of the 1977 Creator/DarioArgento horror film ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'', starring the aforementioned Swinton and Creator/DakotaJohnson, the latter of whom he also worked with in ''A Bigger Splash''. He also has an adaptation of the ''Theatre/SwanLake'' story in development.

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!! Selected filmography:
* ''The Protagonists'' (1999)
* ''Melissa P.'' (2005)
* ''I Am Love'' (2009)
* ''[[Creator/BernardoBertolucci Bertolucci on Bertolucci]]'' (2013)
* ''A Bigger Splash'' (2015)
* ''Film/CallMeByYourName'' (2017)
* ''Film/{{Suspiria}}'' (2018)
* ''Theatre/SwanLake'' (TBD)
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!! He provides examples of:
* AmbiguouslyBrown: Guadagnino is half-UsefulNotes/{{Algeria}}n on his mother's side, and identifies as partially Arab because of it. He's spoken about how his ethnic background made him feel like an outsider growing up in his native Italy. He also spent much of his childhood in UsefulNotes/{{Ethiopia}}, where his father taught history and Italian.
* ThematicSeries: His "Desire" trilogy of films, which is comprised of ''I Am Love'', ''A Bigger Splash'', and ''Call Me By Your Name''.
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