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The First Major Motion Picture to be dubbed in the Navajo language is…

Posted by on April 23, 2013 | Comments Off on The First Major Motion Picture to be dubbed in the Navajo language is…

UPDATE 5/17/13:

“The actual recording of the Diné dub of ‘Star Wars’ is taking place in New Mexico — right in the heart of the largest population of Navajo speakers,” -The Wrap

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The Navajo Nation Museum has announced that the quest to preserve the Navajo language has achieved an intergalactic success!

Star Wars, one of the most iconic and most globally recognized films of all time will soon be translated, performed and again forever immortalized in the Native American language.

Museum director Manuelito Wheeler worked with Lucasfilms over the past three years to bring the project to fruition.

With funding from the Navajo Parks and Recreation Department, Deluxe Studio is in the process of working with linguists, young Navajos and a Navajo actress to translate each spoken word of the film into the Diné language. Acclaimed dubbing director Richard Epcar is on board with the production, which will be casting men and women fluent in Navajo to be voice actors.

Auditions for the roles of Luke Skywalker, Darth Vader, Princess Leia, Han Solo, C-3PO, Obi-Wan Kenobi and Grand Moff Tarkin will be held at the Navajo Nation Museum on Friday, May 3 and Saturday, May 4.

Wheeler tells the Navajo Times that the tribe isn’t necessarily looking for people who sound like Harrison Ford, Carrie Fisher, Mark Hamill or the others, but rather for performers who have the ability to speak the dialogue with the force and emotions of the original actors.

Qualified and hopeful voice talents should call 928-871-7941 to book your time slot. Walk-ins are also welcome!

Read more at: The Navajo Times

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Teen Voice Talent wanted in Rio Rancho, NM

Posted by on July 27, 2012 | 2 comments

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Creative Content LLC is seeking people with great voices:

Educational publisher based in Rio Rancho is looking for talented teenaged voice actors to record educational materials. Actors should sound like teenagers aged 13~16.

No experience is necessary–we’re building this team from the ground up, so if you’re a teen, or if you’re an adult who can create highly believable teen voices and would like to begin a career in professional recording, then please apply!

If you’re interested in a position, send your resume and letter of introduction to:
hr@creativecontentllc.com.

If we like we what see, an editor will then contact you directly.

Locals only! Candidates outside of the Albuquerque/Rio Rancho metro area will not be considered.

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Check Check

Posted by on July 15, 2010 | One comment

The stage adaptation of the classic novel, Bless Me, Ultima is coming to Albuquerque and is currently seeking talent for the following Voice Acting roles:

10 Women ages 20-50

10 Men ages 30-50

10 Boys ages 12 -16

Click here to submit for these roles.
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