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Bama Art House

The mission of Bama Art House is to bring current, contemporary independent film to Tuscaloosa, transforming the Bama Theatre into a cinematic Art House, one night a week. Screenings are Tuesday nights at 7:30 p.m. Due to scheduling constraints, the Fall 2019 Series will include two bye weeks with no BAH films screened-
September 3 and 17. The world premiere of “The Strip,” a local documentary (not a BAH film), will take place on Tuesday, September 24 with the BAH Series concluding with "The Manhattan Film Festival" on Thursday, September 26.

Instead of season passes for each series we are now offering a punch card- pay $60 for any 10 films. Get your punch card in the box office at any Bama Art House film.

Fall Series 2019

The Tomorrow Man Poster

August 13:
The Tomorrow Man

(2019) PG 13 | 1h 34 min | Drama, Romance

Director/Writer: Noble Jones
Stars: John Lithgow, Blythe Danner,
Derek Cecil

Synopsis: Ed Hemsler spends his life preparing for a disaster that may never come. Ronnie Meisner spends her life shopping for things she may never use. In a small town, these two people will try to find love.



American Woman PosterAugust 20:
American Woman

(2018) Rated R | 1h 52 min | Drama
Director: Jake Scott
Writer: Brad Ingelsby

Stars: : Christina Hendricks, Sienna Miller, Aaron Paul
Synopsis: A woman raises her young grandson after her daughter goes missing.

Amazing Grace Poster

August 27:
Amazing Grace

(2018) Rated G | 1h 29 min |  
Music Documentary
Director: Alan Elliott, Sydney Pollack
 
Stars: Aretha Franklin, Reverand James Cleveland, Southern California Community Choir

Synopsis: A documentary presenting Aretha Franklin with choir at the New Bethel Baptist Church in Watts, Los Angeles in January 1972.


 Tuesday, September 3: Bye Week, No Film

The Biggest Little Farm Poster

September 10:
The Biggest Little Farm

(2018) Rated PG | 1h 31 min 
Documentary
Director: John Chester
Writers:
John Chester, Mark Monroe
Stars: John Chester, Molly Chester, Matthew Pilachowski

Synopsis: Documentarian John Chester and his wife Molly work to develop a sustainable farm on 200 acres outside of Los Angeles.


Tuesday, September 17: Bye Week, No Film

Tuesday, September 24: World Premiere of "The Strip," a local documentary film at
7:30 p.m. (not a BAH film)

Manhattan Short FF Poster

September 26:
Manhattan Short
Film Festival

(2019) Compilation; Audience cast votes for their favorite films

Join us September 26, 2019 when over 100,000 film lovers in over 350 cities across six continents gather for one reason...to view and vote on the Finalists' Films in the 22nd Annual Manhattan Short Film Festival. Manhattan Short is not a touring Festival; rather, it is an instantaneous celebration that occurs simultaneously across the globe, bringing great films and great artists to great venues and allowing the audiences to select their favorites. All films selected in Manhattan Short 2019 will be eligible to enter the Oscars in 2020 via the Manhattan Short Oscar Qualifying Screenings at Los Feliz 3 Cinemas in the county of Los Angeles.



 

($8 general/$7 students and seniors/$6 Arts Council members).

Films: 7:30 p.m.

Box office opens: 6:30 p.m. 

Doors and Bama Bar open: 6:45 p.m.

Get there early for drink specials!

Season passes have switched to punch cards- get yours for $60 and pick 10 films in any series you want to attend! For sale in the box office before each film. 

Bama Art House is presented by The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa.