Leijonasydän (Heart of lion in the english version) is a 2013 Finnish drama film directed by Dome Karukoski. It tells the story about a Neo-Nazi named Teppo, who falls in love with a woman named Sari. He later finds out that Sari’s son from the previous… Continue Reading →
Traction is an awkward short film comedy about first dates, race, and racism. Directed, acted and written by Rory Uphold, the film stands for finding the uncomfortable truth in any situation. There’s a moment in the film where Andy (played by… Continue Reading →
Made in Britain is a 1983 British television film written by David Leland, and directed by Alan Clarke, about a 16-year-old racist skinhead named Trevor, and his constant confrontations with authority figures. It was originally broadcast on ITV on 10 July 1983 as the fourth in an untitled series… Continue Reading →
A heat wave is bringing racial tensions to boiling point in a London chip shop. Blood and Chips, directed by Ryan Phillips, addresses racism in a way that feels honest and keeps from getting preachy.
Strangers tells the compelling tale of two young men, one Arab and one Jewish who are motivated by fear to overcome their racial prejudice and hatred when suddenly confronted with a menacing gang of skinheads. It won Best Short at… Continue Reading →
Schwarzfahrer (Black Rider in english) is a 1993 German 12-minute Short film directed by Pepe Danquart. It won an Academy Award in 1994 for Best Short Subject. The Short film is about an incident of colour related racism on a tram… Continue Reading →
This Is England is a 2006 British drama film written and directed by Shane Meadows. The story centres on young skinheads in England in 1983. The film illustrates how their subculture, which has its roots in 1960s West Indian culture,… Continue Reading →