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DVD & Blu-Ray includes both feature length (96 minute) and broadcast (56 minute) versions, trailer and bonus footage

Language: English with closed captioning (DVD) / English subtitles (Blu-Ray)

Recommended for: high schools, universities, colleges, medical institutions, hospitals, health, research & science organizations, multicultural associations

Educational subjects: Health & Science, Multicultural Studies, Asian American / African American / Mixed-race studies

Reviews / Quotes: 

“A touching film. Mixed Match gives a human face to a critical need.” – Kip Fulbeck, author of Part Asian, 100% Hapa and Professor of Art, University of California, Santa Barbara

“In an increasingly multiracial world, Mixed Match is a timely film about the challenges faced by multiracial individuals finding bone marrow matches. At once moving and educational, Jeff Chiba Stearns brings his mixed media talents in animation and documentary film making to address the complex intersections of race and medicine. Highly recommended.” – Duncan Williams, Professor, University of Southern California and Founder, Hapa Japan Project.

“Everyone should watch this amazing documentary. Mixed Match is so incredibly touching and informative. You’ll come out of the theatre with knowledge and hope, ready to save a life!” – Wanting Qu, International Recording Artist

 “This eye-opening documentary sheds light on a topic that will become more and more important as America’s demographics continue to blend.” Cleveland International Film Festival

“Mixed Match is a solid documentary by Vancouver filmmaker Jeff Chiba Stearns, one that blends medical research and personal stories that make sure we remember that this topic is literally life and death.” Jamie Taylor, Cinema Axis

“The way Stearns weaves expert interviews, animated sequences, voiceover narration, and personal histories is fluid and educational without ever being too dry or particularly manipulative.” – Rich Chung, rickchung.com