Call Me By Your Name has received four BAFTA nominations.
British Academy Film and Television Awards released their list of nominees today.
Call Me By Your Name is up for Best Film and Best Adapted Screenplay.
Timothée Chalamet earned himself a nomination in the Best Actor category.
BAFTA gave a nod to the movie’s director, Luca Guadagnino, in the Best Director category.
The awards take place at London’s Royal Albert Hall on 18 February.
Timothée Chalamet also received recognition in the public voted category EE Rising Star.
BAFTA also nominated First They Killed My Father for Film Not In The English Language.
Angelina Jolie directed the biographical historical thriller.
New BAFTA host
Joanna Lumley has been announced as the new BAFTA host.
Stephen Fry stepped down as host this year after being in the position for 12 years.
He explained: ‘I felt it only right to stand down and let others take the BAFTAs on to new heights and greater glories.
‘What fun it will be to watch BAFTA 2018 without my heart hammering, mouth drying and knees trembling.’
Lumley spoke about ‘how exciting’ the news is.
She said: ‘It’s just so unbelievably thrilling. Who thought I’d turn into Stephen Fry?
‘I want to thank Bafta so much for asking me to do this. I said yes indecently quickly.’