The Tuscaloosa Arts Council has announced its winter film series for February.

Titled "Bama Art House," the series will have three Tuesday screenings throughout the month, showcasing two international films and the full list of Oscar-nominated live-action shorts.

The screenings will be held at the Bama Theatre located on 600 Greensboro Avenue in downtown Tuscaloosa. Movies start at 7 p.m., with the Bama Theatre's "Bama Bar" opening at 6 p.m.

Here are the full details on each night of the film series:

Fallen Leaves

Time & Date: Tuesday, February 13, 7 p.m.

Genre: Comedy, Drama
Rating: Unrated

Runtime: 1 hour 21 minutes
Plot (from the Arts Council's press release): "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."

Note: this is a foreign-language film (Finnish), that will be subtitled.

Oscar Short Films

Time & Date: Tuesday, February 20, 7 p.m.

This special screening will highlight the full slate of Oscar-nominated live-action shorts. Here is the list, as noted on the Academy Awards website:

Live Action Short Film

- The After
- Invincible
- Knight of Fortune
- Red, White, and Blue
- The Wonderful Story of Henry Sugar

Anatomy of a Fall

Time & Date: Tuesday, February 27, 7 p.m.

Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller,
Rating: R

Runtime: 2 hours 31 minutes
Plot (from the Arts Council's press release): "A  woman is suspected of her husband's murder, and their blind son faces a moral dilemma as the main witness."

Note: this is a foreign-language film (French), that will be subtitled.

Tickets are available to purchase online and at the box office prior to each screening. Individual tickets are priced as followed:

  • General Audience - $10

  • Students and Seniors - $9

  • Arts Council Members - $8

Discount Punch Card Tickets are also available for $70. These have expiration date, and are good for any 10 Bama Theatre films.

For more information about the films and tickets, visit the Bama Art House website.

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