The first film on Netflix is Bao Short, an Asian-American story about a Chinese man who learns to speak Korean and goes on a journey to the United States.
The second is Judy, an animated comedy about a family that is reunited after a year in Japan.
Netflix said it would be adding more films in the future, but for now the service is focusing on its original content.
“Netflix is a great place to discover new stories and films that reflect our community’s diversity,” Netflix president Ted Sarandos said in a statement.
“We have an incredible team of talented writers and filmmakers working across genres, and we’re excited to continue to celebrate our diverse audience and create films that celebrate our history, culture and humanity.”
Netflix has been expanding its content with more original series and movies in recent years.
Earlier this month, it announced its first-ever series, “Black Panther,” a superhero series based on the Marvel Comics character.
The series stars Chadwick Boseman, Brie Larson, Angela Bassett and Lupita Nyong’o.