When Barb Mirell joined a Facebook group devoted to the film in February 2018, there were 2500 members. The Call Me By Your Name Global Facebook Group has since grown to over 15,000 members from over 100 countries.
So touched by the postings of the members, she asked them to submit their stories on how the film affected them. Over 100 people from dozens of countries responded. This book is the result.
When Call Me By Your Name: How a Little Film Touched So Many Lives was published as a Kindle book in July 2018, it hit #1 on the Amazon Film Reference Book Best Sellers List. It is now available in paperback.
Profits from the book will go to The Trevor Project. This nonprofit is the leading and only accredited national organization providing crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning (LGBTQ) young people. The Trevor Project offers a suite of crisis intervention and suicide prevention programs, including TrevorLifeline, TrevorText, and TrevorChat as well as a peer-to-peer social network support for LGBTQ young people under the age of 25, TrevorSpace. Trevor also offers an education program with resources for youth-serving adults and organizations, a legislative advocacy department fighting for pro-LGBTQ legislation and against anti-LGBTQ rhetoric/policy positions, and conducts research to discover the most effective means to help young LGBTQ people in crisis and end suicide. If you or someone you know is feeling hopeless or suicidal, the Trevor Lifeline crisis counselors are available 24/7/365 at 866. 488 .7386
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Call Me By Your Name: How a Little Film Touched So Many Lives is available on Amazon.com in paperback and Kindle at https://amzn.to/2NWk2MX