Details About Sufjan Stevens’ Call Me By Your Name Songs Emerges From Sundance

Earlier this month, we found out that Sufjan Stevens had contributed a few new songs to Call Me By Your Name, a film directed by Luca Guadagnino, based on André Aciman’s novel, that sees a queer love story play out in a small northern Italian town in 1983. The film premiered at Sundance this week, and a review from The Film Stage contains some more information on Stevens’ contributions. Stevens has three tracks featured in the film: an “ethereal piano arrangement” of Age Of Adz track “Futile Devices” and two original songs that “have the feel of tracks off Carrie & Lowell, albeit with more of a wistful elation.”

The film was acquired by Sony Pictures Classics before Sundance got underway.