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Pink Excavation is Natasha Lall's first feature length film. With Lall as the narrator and cameos from local queers Mina Baird and Junie Latte, this DIY film explores the preservation of queer histories in Glasgow, 2518. Pink Excavation sees Lall excavate 90s-00s technological relics that are outdated in the 2500s and become frustrated at their lack of understanding on how to access information from these ancient technologies. Upon interactions with an archaeologist and a ghost Lall discusses whether or not the poor archiving of LGBT culture has a positive impact on the queer community. The film is a lo-fi, sci-fi contemplation on the pros and cons of queer visibility.

  • Natasha Lall
  • Natasha Lall
  • Natasha Lall
  • Natasha Lall
    Key Cast
  • Junie Latte
    Key Cast
  • Mina Baird
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Feature
  • Runtime:
    45 minutes 47 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    August 31, 2018
  • Production Budget:
    0 GBP
  • Country of Origin:
    United Kingdom
  • Country of Filming:
    United Kingdom
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Camera phone
  • Film Color:
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
  • Scottish Queer International Film Festival 2018
    United Kingdom
Director Biography - Natasha Lall

Natasha Lall is a Glasgow/Berlin based artist working predominantly with film, sound and text. Lall’s work explores shyness, dysphoria and childlike imagination. Using cheap and local resources Lall performs to explore her deepest fantasies without having to leave her comfort zone. With a focus on self- care and preservation, Lall’s practice aims to provide a sense of humour, informality and therapy. Recent works include the score book Scores For Sissy Bois performed at venues including The Institute of Contemporary Arts, London and her first feature film Pink Excavation shown at venues including The Centre for Contemporary Arts, Glasgow. Lall regularly presents theoretical papers, her latest paper was a Keynote Presentation entitled Pink Excavation: On Lo-fi, Sci-fi filmmaking as a tool for exploring Queer Visibility for Warwick University’s Precarity and Precariousness Conference.

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