Project Description

95 NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD

95 NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD

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FRIDAY, MAY 31, 2019 @ 6:45PM MAYSLES CINEMA

95 NEVER LOOKED SO GOOD  TYMM HOLLOWAY • USA • 2018 • Documentary

This Documentary short, highlights Simeon Holloway accomplishments from early beginnings to the prominent historical record of his involvement in the elite first all Black US B-1 Navy Band. The first African Americans to serve in the modern Navy at any general rank with no recognition from the Navy. Simeon, utilizing his education, intellectual gifts, remarkable capacity for hard work, raising his family, reflects sum of his thoughts and principles of nine decades in a myriad of thoughts. Divulging the story of the oldest Negro Navy Band. He unveils a passion to stay on the road even if driving.

TYMM HOLLOWAY

Up and coming Producer/Director, Tymm Holloway attended the School of Visual Arts in New York.  His life’s experience and keen eye was inspired by taking photographs from the many places he has traveled.  Growing up in California with a father working in the film business, played a key role into his endeavors of writing, acting and photography.
Tymm is proud to debut his first screening short film, Dylan’s Fate in May 2008. 
His passion for perfection was showcased in his debut Television show on BCAT (Brooklyn Cable Access Television) N’dulge N’Brooklyn, November of 2006.  Viewed by a large audience on Brooklyn’s local network, N’dulge N’Brooklyn was well received as a half hour program that displayed a variety of everyday working people who reveal their passion beyond their nine to five jobs.
Tymm’s upcoming projects include a documentary film; a reality sports program and more short films already in pre-production.