Nathan Jung v. Bruce Lee
Nathan Jung v. Bruce Lee is a short documentary depicting the crazy and hilarious true story of veteran actor Nathan Jung meeting Bruce Lee on the set of the TV show Here Comes The Brides in 1969, and which will be continued in a forthcoming final installment. The young version of Nathan is played by Taiwanese American Allen Rowe, and Bruce Lee is played by Jason Yee, with the short film's director, writer and producer Timothy Tau being Taiwanese American as well.
Timothy Tau is an award-winning writer, director and producer. He was named by Mic Magazine as one of "6 Young Asian-American Filmmakers Who Are Shattering America's Asian Film Bias." Tau is known for Keye Luke (2012), a short film biopic on pioneering Asian American actor and artist Keye Luke (portrayed by Feodor Chin), who played the first on-screen Kato in the 1940s Green Hornet decades before Bruce Lee and who was also the All-American "Number One Son", Lee Chan, in the popular Charlie Chan films of the 1930s. He received a Visual Communications "Armed with a Camera" Fellowship for Emerging Media Artists to make the film, and it has screened at over a dozen film festivals worldwide.