True love has many definitions, and in every situation a bond can be tested. "45 Years," the final film of the Bama Art House's spring mini-series, will deal with the themes of love and commitment. The movie is a tale of a couple that has made it to their 45th anniversary despite all the ups and downs of a typical marriage.
Late in the evening on Easter Sunday, Brandon Izor, a junior majoring in computer science, stood in the middle of the Creative Campus offices in Maxwell Hall and checked his mathematics work one last time. He and Francis Ittenbach, a senior majoring in English, stared at the table saw and PVC pipes in front of them and worried, not for the first time, if they miscalculated something along the way and if their careful plans would work.
The Ferguson Center Theater will host to the Women and Gender Resource Center as they present LUNAFEST Film Festival.
The search for a sacred healing plant leads three men down a path they’ll never forget. This is the story of "Embrace of the Serpent," a film directed by Ciro Guerra, which will be playing at the Bama Theatre tonight as a part of their Bama Art House mini-series.
The mob world of the 1950’s will come to the Bama Theatre this Wednesday, with the premiere of “Durant’s Never Closes.” The film is based on the life of Jack Durant, a 1950’s restaurant owner in Phoenix, Arizona, and rumors of his possible connections to the mob.
Horns, hooves and long locks of autumn colored hair cover a green creature that enters a stage decorated to look like a deep forest.
The Beatles said it best: All you need is love. Webster’s Dictionary defines love as “a feeling of strong or constant affection for a person.” Few movies in the past couple of years have made hearts go aflutter and caused even the manliest of men to shed a tear. With the 10th anniversary of “The Notebook” this month, it’s caused many to ask the question: Has it really been ?that long?
After performing at a showcase for music talent buyers in Houston,Texas, Mobile-based band The Mulligan Brothers were approached by a commander for the Navy.“How do you guys feel about playing in a war zone?” she asked.“We said, ‘Well, we’re OK with that.
As the semester comes to a close, many fashion students are anxious to see their hard work transform into a final product.