If You Want to Get Sh*tfaced With Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, Now’s Your Chance

If You Want to Get Sh*tfaced With Armie Hammer and Timothée Chalamet, Now’s Your Chance

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Are you a Call Me By Your Name superfan? Do you want to eat a pre-Oscar dinner with stars Timothée Chalamet and Armie Hammer and director Luca Guadagnino? With the new Call Me By Your Name contest, you may be able to make that dream come true. And you’ll be helping a good cause, too.

Chalamet and Hammer have partnered with the fundraising platform Omaze. To enter the Call Me By Your Name contest, go to the Omaze site and make a donation. Your money will go to two charities: The Trevor Project and the Foundation for the AIDS Monument.

The Trevor Project is devoted to ending LGBTQ suicides. It provides crisis counseling and educational resources. It also educates people who work with youth on how to prevent suicide, especially LGBTQ suicide, and works to improve access to mental health services.

The Foundation is raising money to build an AIDS Monument, a permanent art project devoted to the people who have died of AIDS. It will be interactive, and will be constructed in West Hollywood.

For every 10 cents you donate — with a minimum of $10 — you get one entry into the contest. (The exception is the $50 and $100 levels, where you can get double the number of entries.)

If you win the Call Me By Your Name contest, you’ll be flown out to Los Angeles and put up in a 4-star hotel. You’ll also be invited to the Call Me By Your Name private pre-Oscars party, where you and a guest will get to join Chalamet, Hammer and Guadagnino for dinner and drinks.

And if you believe Armie Hammer in the video, you’ll get shitfaced!

If that weren’t enough, you’ll get a special copy of the original novel signed by author André Aciman, Hammer, Michael Stuhlbarg, Chalamet, Guadagnino and screenwriter James Ivory.


Watch the Call Me By Your Name contest video below:

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