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Navajo Star Wars! Have a Happy Star Wars Day, and May the Fourth Be With You
Today is Star Wars Day—May the Fourth Be With You, in case you haven't heard. It marks the two-year anniversary of the casting call for Navajo Star Wars...
What's Next After 'Navajo Star Wars'? Hint: It's a Little Fishy
The massive phenomenon commonly known as "Navajo Star Wars " is getting a sequel—and no, it's not "Navajo Empire Strikes Back ." The Navajo Nation Museum in Window Rock, Arizona, h...
Indians Rule! 10 Ways Natives Made Waves in Arts and Culture in 2013
Happy new year, Indian country -- here's to much success in 2014...
5 MORE Must-See Native Films From 2013
In 2013, there was an in-crowd of movies by and about Native Americans -- the films it seemed every festival wanted, and every festival honored...
Jedis and Indians! Live From the 'Navajo Star Wars' Premiere (Video)
Jorge Martin Melchor
The movie Star Wars Episode IV: A New Hope may be more than 35 years old, but it got a new life July 3 when a version dubbed into the Navajo (or Dine') language premiered in Window...