Bama Rush an upcoming documentary about the so-called “Machine” at Alabama and its impact on the Greek system and campus politics, which began in Max soon. With candid interviews and never-before-seen footage, the must-see documentary sheds light on the joys and complexities of college life in the South. Here’s where it looks.
Where to See Bama Rush: The Machine Alabama Documentary
Fans can watch the original Max documentary Bama Rush on Max, the new name of the streamer formerly known as HBO Max.
It is directed and executive produced by Rachel Flett, best known for Introducing, Selma Blair, which premieres on South by Southwest in 2021. Recorded undercover in the fall semester of 2022, Bama Rush follows four young women trying to make their way through recruitment season. in a sorority at the University of Alabama. The title comes from Alabama’s recruiting process, better known as “the rush.” The rather long and complicated process sees a series of rules to be respected and tasks to complete.
When to Watch and Stream Bama Rush
Bama Rush will air on Max on Tuesday, May 23, 2023.
“In August 2021, the University of Alabama’s long-standing sorority recruitment tradition, also known as rush, went viral on TikTok. It became a viral sensation and cultural phenomenon using the hash tag “Bama Rush,” so far more than 2 billion people have watched. In the upcoming feature documentary Bama Rush, Fleit follows four young women as they prepare to rush to university in 2022. In this nuanced and revealing documentary, Fleit explores the emotional complexities and stakes of belonging in this crucial window into femininity.
The project originates from Vice Studios. The list of executive producers includes Lizzie Fox, Casey Meurer, Kama Kaina, and Eric Lavoie. Zachary Luke Kislevitz, Andrew Freston, Danny Gabai, and AJ Del Cueto are producers.