Phoenix’s Heard Museum to host free screening of Star Wars – in Navajo tongue

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You’ve never Heard George Lucas’ 1977 masterpiece like this.

On Oct. 6, the Heard Museum’s Steele Auditorium will host a rare screening of Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope dubbed in the Navajo language, a modification blessed by Lucasfilm and 20th Century Fox and sponsored by the Navajo Nation Parks and Recreation Department. And admission is free (how often can you say that about Star Wars?) — though reservations are required; call (602) 251-0218 or email contact@heard.com to reserve up to four seats.

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Nerdvana's founder and owner. A former East Valley Tribune copy editor, page designer and website editor, he is now Digital Editor for The Pueblo Chieftain in Southern Colorado, a web design instructor at Pueblo Community College and president of the Southern Colorado Press Club. He has contributed to the popular GeekDad blog and taught online media at Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication, his alma mater. Lifelong Star Wars fan and Trekker who also worships all things Tolkien and Doctor Who.