In a 3.1 HE piece about black-focused or racial-themed 2016 films (“Don’t Expect A More Diverse Oscars Next Year“), I forgot to mention Amma Asante‘s A United Kingdom, a 1940s period drama about a controversial interracial marriage between Prince Seretse Khama of Botswana (David Oyelowo) and a white woman from London, Ruth Williams (Rosamund Pike).

Which means, of course, that later this year we’ll be grappling with duelling interracial-marriage period dramas — Kingdom and Jeff NicholsLoving, a late ’50s drama about an interracial union that briefly resulted in Mildred and Richard Loving (Ruth Negga, Joel Edgerton) being sentenced to prison in Virginia. Both films are partly British-produced.

There are three other racially significant films due later this year — Nate Parker‘s The Birth of a Nation, Gary Ross‘s The Free State of Jones and Barry JenkinsMoonlight.