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Mixed-Race Film:

A list of films that feature mixed-race individuals and families or in some way touch on the mixed-race experience. If you know of a film that is not featured drop us an email by clicking here and we will try to include it.

London River London River - 2010
A very funny animated autobiographical recollection of Jeff Chiba Stearns' life growing up mixed-race in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada and follows his search for an identity to acknowledging once being ashamed of his Japanese heritage. more...
What Are You Anyways What Are You Anyways? - 2006
A very funny animated autobiographical recollection of Jeff Chiba Stearns' life growing up mixed-race in Kelowna, British Columbia, Canada and follows his search for an identity to acknowledging once being ashamed of his Japanese heritage. more...
Something New Something New - 2005
A film written, produced, directed by and starring black women which broke new ground in the US by featuring a successful black woman who never expected she would fall in love with a white male more...
Crash Crash - 2004
Crash is a film about people, rich, poor, good, bad, black, white and every other shade of human being that inhabits Los Angeles. This racially and economically diverse group of people pursue lives that collide with each other in unexpected ways more...
The beautiful Country The Beautiful Country - 2005
Opens up old wounds and revisits the harrowing tale of the mixed-race families left behind by America GI fathers after the Vietnam war. We follow Binh, known as the Bui doi - meaning less than dust as, he searches for the family he never knew, more...
Rabbit-Proof Fence Rabbit-Proof Fence - 2002
The true story of the Australian state-controlled eugenics programme known as the Aborigines Act that forcibly removed more than 100,000 mixed-race children from their parents and remained operative until the 1970's, more...
Rage Rage - 2001
The story of Rage a mixed-race youth searching for his place in a world that seems to have disinherited him. One of the best films to come out of the UK in 2001 with an excellent soundtrack of underground UK Hip Hop, more...
East Is East East Is East - 1999
Pakistani George Khan, is married to Englishwoman Ella and father to seven mixed-race children. He wants his them to follow tradtional Muslim values but if you try and force your dreams on your children they could end up being your nightmares, more...
The Nephew The Nephew - 1998
When 17 year-old Chad's mother dies he goes to the Irish rural island of Inis Dira to live with his uncle, who is shocked when he sees that Chad is mixed-race but that is only the start of Chad's problems, hatred is very much alive in Inis Dira, more...
mixing nia Mixing Nia - 1998
Nia is the daughter of a white father and a black mother who works in an ad agency until she refuses to work on an account pitching cheap beer to black youth. She then embarks on a path of self-discovery and self-deception, more...
Secrets & Lies Secrets & Lies - 1996
Hortense is a young Black optometrist whose adoptive parents have recently died. She decides to find her birth mother and is surprised to find out that Cynthia her workingclass mother is white, and now it's time to meet the rest of the family, more...
Zebrahead Zebrahead - 1992
A Romeo and Juliette type tale based in Detroit, Michegan. A young Jewish white man begins dating the cousin of his best friend, both of whom are black, igniting long simmering racial tensions at their high school, more...
Mississippi Masala Mississippi Masala - 1991
When an Indian Lawyer's daughter falls in love with a young black entrepreneur, their affair causes a rift in the community and forces the lovers' families to examine their ideas about racial and class differences, more...
My Beautiful Laundrette My Beautiful Laundrette - 1985
Set in a Pakistani community in south London, two youths-Johnny, a working-class white, and Omar, a Pakistani. operate a laundrette, which Omar inherits from his uncle. Based on Hanif's Kureishi novel of the same name, more...
Guess Who's Coming To Dinner Guess Who's Coming To Dinner - 1967
Made when mixed-race marriages were still illegal in 16 states in America, Guess Who's Coming To Dinner, was the first Hollywood romance film to give it's subject an optimistic ending, more...



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