Bama Art House Series Returns, Bringing 3 Indie Films to Tuscaloosa
An indie film series is returning to Tuscaloosa's Bama Theater this month, giving the Druid City the opportunity to enjoy movies unlikely to make it to larger venues.
The Bama Art House series aims to bring modern, independent films to audiences in Tuscaloosa and will do so again this winter at the freshly renovated Bama Theater beginning next Tuesday evening with a screening of The Son.
The family drama stars Hugh Jackman and was just released on Friday.
Like all three films in the series, the show is set to begin at 7 p.m., and tickets cost $10 for adults, $9 for students and seniors and $8 for members of the regional Arts Council. The
The Series will then take a week off before returning on February 7th with The Inspection, the story of the challenges faced by a gay Black man enlisting in the U.S. Marines.
The 2022 drama, based on a true story, stars Jeremy Pope.
Finally, the winter series will conclude on Valentine's Day, February 14th, with The Eternal Daughter, an unsettling ghost story from A24 starring Tilda Swinton.
Learn more about the series and each film here and make plans to catch these gems when they make it to the Bama Theater -- it's likely to be your only chance to see them on the big screen in Tuscaloosa.
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