(TUSCALOOSA, Ala.) The Arts Council of Tuscaloosa’s Bama Art House Film Series Winter 2024 will take place in February and will feature three movies. Screenings will take place at the Bama Theatre on Feb. 13, 20, and 27 at 7:00 p.m.

The box office, doors, and bar will open at 6:00 p.m. Single Tickets will be priced at $10 general, $9 seniors & students and $8 Arts Council Members and will be available at the box office prior to screenings. Discount Punch Card Tickets ($70) will also be available and will be good for any 10 Bama Art House films with no expiration date.

Patrons can also order tickets ahead of screenings by visiting The Arts Council’s ticketing page at

Visit to view the list of films, details and accompanying trailers under the Bama Art House link.

February 13
“Fallen Leaves” (2023)
Comedy/drama, Unrated / 1h 21m
Original title: Kuolleet lehdet
Director: Aki Kaurismäki, Writer: Aki Kaurismäki, Stars: Alma Pöysti, Jussi Vatanen, and Alina Tomnikov

Synopsis: In modern-day Helsinki, two lonely souls in search of love meet by chance in a karaoke bar. However, their path to happiness is beset by obstacles – from lost phone numbers to mistaken addresses, alcoholism, and a charming stray dog.

February 20
“Oscar Nominated Short Films”
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This special release features the year’s most spectacular short films and is available to watch on the big screen for a limited time shortly after nominations are announced. Each nominee is released in one of three distinct feature-length compilations according to their category of nomination: Live Action, Animation, or Documentary. The theatrical release of the nominated short films is the world’s largest commercial release of short films.

February 27
Anatomy of a Fall (2023)
Crime/drama/thriller, Rated R / 2h 31m
Original title: Anatomie d’une chute
Director: Justine Triet, Writers: Justine Triet and Arthur Harari, Stars: Sandra Hüller, Swann Arlaud, Milo Machado Graner

Synopsis: A woman is suspected of her husband’s murder, and their blind son faces a moral dilemma as the main witness.

The mission of the Bama Art House series is to bring current and contemporary independent film to West Alabama, transforming the historic Bama Theatre into a cinematic art house. 

The Bama Theatre is located at 600 Greensboro Avenue in Downtown Tuscaloosa. For more information about The Arts Council or Bama Theatre, patrons should follow and like “The Arts Council – Bama Theatre – Cultural Arts Center” on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram @tuscaloosaartscouncil. Call 205-758-5195 or visit for further information.