KEYE LUKE (Keye Luke)

Directed by: Timothy Tau 2012 | 5 min.

Section: Shorts Programs

Premiere: World

Countries: United States

Languages: English

Genres: Biography, Documentary


Synopsis

Sponsored by:

Cadillac

Community Co-Presenter:

Tuesday Night Project

UCLA Center for EthnoCommunications

KEYE LUKE is a film about Keye Luke, a pioneering Asian American actor most known for being the original Kato in the 1940s Green Hornet and the "Number One Son," Lee Chan, in the Charlie Chan films. He acted in over 100+ TV and Film roles, and this film tells the story of his early life and work.

Screenings

Sunday, May 13 7:00 PM Directors Guild of America 1 Date Passed
Plays with:  VC Digital Posse, VER. 2012 JOURNEY
TELLY
THAT PARTICULAR TIME
MOTHER & CHILD
AWAKEN
MAGELLAN DOESN'T LIVE HERE
BASKETBALL, MERI JAAN
PRESCRIBED
CAFÉ ELEVÉ
SIX FROM CERTAIN
UNMENTIONABLES

Cast & Crew

Producer Timothy Tau
Director Timothy Tau
Screenplay Timothy Tau
Writer Ed Moy, Timothy Tau
Cinematographer Rick Darge
Director of Photography Rick Darge
Music Composer George Shaw
Editor Timothy Tau
Cast Feodor Chin, Chris Cusano, Robert Factor, Jennifer Field, Kelvin Han Yee, David Huynh, Archie Kao, Elaine Kao, Jolene Kim, Ina-Alice Kopp, Mei Melancon, Burl Moseley, Britt Prentice, Cyndee San Luis, Elizabeth Sandy, Chadd Stoops, Narisa Suzuki, Timothy Tau, Jessika Van, Hedy Wong, Becky Wu
Costume Designer Bao Tranchi
Visual Effects Michael Chang