YourWestValley.com reports that a screening of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope is scheduled for October 6th at the Heard Museum in Phoenix, Arizona. What makes this particular screening unique is that the film has been dubbed in the Navajo language. According to the source article, the translation was done in cooperation with Lucasfilm Ltd. and the Navajo Nation Museum in what amounted to 36 hours of work. Basic event details can be found below along with a link to the Heard Museum. If you're interested, don't procrastinate. It looks like they may already be on a wait list.
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