Love, Lacuna is a semi-autobiographical short film which follows the daily routines of women of colour and non-binary people of colour in the chaotic city of London. Through various streams of consciousness we see the innermost thoughts of those who are usually marginalised. The film - like the literary magazine, Lacuna - is an assertion of identity. Rather than ask for space, the Lacuna actors and writers show how space can be claimed. They show that their identities have always been here and are here to stay.