Tony Bui

Tony Bui, 1994

"Loyola’s emphasis, and I think this has to do with the Jesuit impact, a lot of it was about making films that have a human impact. I thought that had more social commentary or you were able to make films in other parts of the world or shine lights in darker areas. It wasn’t just about, oh; let’s make this really quick, great commercial, short film. I can then land a good agent. I can land a great job in Hollywood. It was more about, okay, what light can I bring to areas that may not have as much notice. That definitely helped my filmmaking. That’s the kind of filmmaking I ended up doing at Loyola." 

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