One of the most respected members of the Lì’fya leNa’vi (Na’vi language community) is also an independent film maker. His latest project is Senn, a feature-length science fiction film that has garnered a lot of recognition in the indie film world. It is now available on DVD, BluRay and streaming on Amazon Prime and Hulu. It is worth checking out. Click on the image for more info.
Avatar premiered in London on December 10, 2009. The international release was December 16th and it then appeared in the US on December 18th. Not coincidentally, the community of Learnnavi.org happily united ourselves to support this amazing film five years ago, too!
Happy 5th Birthday, Avatar!
Next year the Belo Monte dam will flood vast swathes of Amazon rainforest. Indian tribes living on the river have lost their fight to halt the project – now they await the floods that threaten their entire way of life
To commemorate the 5th Birthday of Avatar and LearnNavi.org, a Na’vi language contest has been organized by community member Tìtstewan. The categories are Prose and Poetry.
The overall theme of this year’s contest is:
Mrra zìsìt hu Uniltìrantok sì LearnNa’vi.org teya ta vur lu. Pivlltxe pum ngeyä!
(Five years with Avatar and LN which is full of history. Tell yours!)
Compositions should be one of the following themes
Complete details can be found here!