“Buba finds everything that is noble about the human spirit and celebrates it as if it were the most natural thing in the world.”
— Marylynn Uricchio, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Tony Buba, president of Braddock Films, has been producing documentaries since 1972 in both long and short formats. Since 1972, Tony's films have been screened at Sundance, Toronto, Berlin, and other major international film festivals.
Braddock Films was incorporated in 1992. In addition to producing personal work, Braddock Films has been involved in producing award-winning documentaries in the Pittsburgh area.
Tony got his M.F.A from Ohio University in 1976. He has worked on several feature films, including George Romero's "Martin" and "Dawn of the Dead." In "Dawn of the Dead," Tony is a featured motorcycle raider who gets his arm torn off at a blood pressure machine. He also has a cameo in the Sundance hit "Me and Earl and the Dying Girl."
Among our latest releases, Braddock Films is pleased to announce the completion of "Ghosts of Amistad - In the Footsteps of the Rebels." For more information on this important documentary go to www.ghostsofamistad.com.
Where possible, we have created links for film previews, full film versions, or websites with more information. If you go to Filmography, by clicking on the FILMS link in the Menu, you can see which films have links available.