By Jillian Lauren
Tariku wrote, directed, starred in, and scored (with a little help) this movie. All the percussion you hear is him playing! We’ve been working on it on and off for a year now. It’s definitely had its challenging moments, but overall the experience was such a blast, not to mention a terrific family experience withProject Based Learning.
It’s about two rival cyborg dinosaur brothers, who find connection and redemption through rock and roll. I love the message of using art to creatively express difficult emotions.
Hope you enjoy watching it as much as we enjoyed making it! Let us know what you think!
To see more by Jillian Lauren, check out her blog.
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Originally published on The Seattle Lesbian
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