Following together with sorority recruitment week on the College of Alabama, aka Bama Rush, has change into a sweeping development throughout TikTok, and now it is getting the documentary remedy from HBO Max and Vice Studios. On Aug. 16, Selection reported that the forthcoming movie documenting the viral sensation, directed by Rachel Fleit, is presently being filmed in Tuscaloosa, AL, the place the College of Alabama’s rush week not too long ago concluded with over 2,500 college students dashing practically 20 Nationwide Panhellenic Convention (NPC) sororities. (It’s unclear if Alabama’s Nationwide Pan-Hellenic Council sorority rush can even be featured.)
In line with an announcement reviewed by The New York Instances, by way of screenshots of an Instagram DM from a producer at Vice Studios, the documentary will reportedly “discover school life, sisterhood, and all the thrill and complexities of what it means to be a younger lady right now, following a number of girls from the College of Alabama.” In one other assertion, Fleit added: “This movie is a considerate and compassionate portrayal of younger girls in 2022 as they rush the sorority system on the College of Alabama.”
The Bama Rush hashtag started on TikTok in 2021 as an inside have a look at Greek life by method of some potential new members (PNMs) documenting their outfits of the day (OOTD) and the behind-the-scenes of the College of Alabama’s sorority recruitment course of, per Vox. It is unclear when HBO Max’s Bama Rush documentary will premiere, however in line with the Instances, the venture has been within the works with Vice ever for the reason that TikTok development grew in recognition throughout final yr’s rush week.