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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 27, 1995, New Braunfels, Texas 0 Thursday July HeraldZeitung O Thursday July CEffi Author captures Native American heart Ki By Saul Rubin Copley News Service When word reached the Chero kee reservation in North Carolina lUJat actordirector Kevin Costner wanted to see her Lee Miller thought at first it was a joke she called back she real ized it wasnt Costner was putting together a production team for an flighthour 18million documenta ry of North American Indian tribes galled 500 had been impressed with an interview Miller did for a Library of Congress special on the 500th anniversary of Columbus voyage Miller was flown out to Los An gejles and within three days was hired as the projects associate producer as well as a writer She traveled more than miles in visiting 60 In reservations to gather re sjjarch for the fourpart series liich recently aired on CBS Since she finished the project it fall she has hardly slowed town Instead the 33yearold au thor with Cherokee and Kaw heri tage has been writing seven days a week with no sign of letting up ier first book From the Heart of the American Indian if was just released She has written two other books she to have published and four nplays just love it I want to keep iting and she says dur a brief midweek break at a 1 fopanga coffee shop I uhre thousands of ideas and I just riant to get them all out there I dont want to gets up every morning and ites for a few hours Then she kes a walk collecting an assort ent of dogs along the way that jjfajl into formation behind her its back for more writing into the evening might seem like a quiet for some writers but not for There are too many people she says with a laugh grew up in rural upstate Irjew York and went on to earn an anthropology degree from Johns iKopkuis University Then she set out for North Caro to search for documents relat to a lost American Indian tribe you ask her what tribe she that even after only three in Los Angeles she knows this town works She wont Author Lee Miller worked with director Kevin Costner on Dances With Wolves The saga of the lost tribe is a great story she says and shes al ready writing the screenplay For From the Milltr compiled hundreds of speeches by American Indians dating from tie 16th to the 19th centuries They represent more than 300 tribes and include the famous and the notso famous These short observatiois are interspersed with commenis from nonIndians as well as Mill ers own narrative which puts the quotes in an historical context She says the book is intended ss a work that can be picked up and put down in a leisurely fashion Readers can open to any section and get right into it I have a hard time myself get ting through a lot of nonfiction she says I want people to feel it I want it to have an impact For the book Miller searched for heroic voices that would in spire other American Indians Shes very concerned with how American Indian children are bo ing taught on reservations a much so that shes formed a noi profit foundation that she hope will one day build special elemen tary schools on reservations that will teach American Indian cul ture as well as mainstream educa tion A lot of Indian education is fo cused on how do we get Indian kids comfortable with the main she says What I want to do is get Indian kids comfortable with their own culture because once you do that you end up with really strong kids The kinds of decisions theyll make will be based upon the value systems of their own Irs A TENT SALE AND TH E SAVINGS REALLY ADD At New Braunfels Factory Stores this Friday Saturday and Sunday BUGLE BOY CARTERS RAWLINGS RUSSELL and TENT SALE FRI SAT SUN JULY 30 SMOKEHOUSE will have racks and Back to School 1 fashions and accessories all 20 to 70 off original retail prices Also cool off with a refreshing treat from the While youre here be sure to visit 46 true factory stores like NEW BRAUNFELS WESTPOINT PEPPERELL AND LINENS CASUAL CORNER and many 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Nights OPEN MON Daily Lunch Sp out Rental 12 pack Milwaukees Best GPC Cigarettes 12 pack Budweiser Bud Light Miller Lite bottles or cans 16 oz 6 pack Busch I 99 j 40 cigarettes i I I All Major Brands FOOD MART 1289 W SAN ANTONIO Open Daily 7 Midnight 5th Annual Anhalt BarBQue Cookof f featuring Now Braunfels oldest and finest restaurant biergarten Authentic German food atmosphere Entertainment for the whole family Gary July Event Anhalt BarBQue Cookoff Date Saturday July Time 12 Noon to 12 Midnight Location Anhalt Hall Located off Hwy 46 between New Braunfels and Boerne 412 miles west of Hwy 281 on Anhalt Gary P Nunn Performs from to children Under 7 Free Call 2106097663 for information Films in Focus x Species7 By David Elliott Copley News Service Species slams forward with bigbudget vim As shown in No Way Donaldson can rig and Disney division exhibits the art of small films If you had to have sex with an alien monster who is masked by a human body you might wish that the thing had the body of Natasha Henstridge The young modelturnedactress is very much on display here Her acting is often in competition with her body which seem more keen to make public appearances than the alien thing squirming and snarling inside her Henstridge is all over this big slick notforkids fairly scary rather silly thriller As Sil she es capes in preteen form from a fed eral lab where she was grown from space seed The governments chief scien tist played by suitably domed and crinklebrowed Ben Kingsley was preparing to gas her an oddly res onant choice given Kingsleys big role in Schindlers Seems that the alien within is growing up fast and furious Its a she and no After escaping she smartly adapts the tall lean Nor dic bod of Henstridge Henstridge is not a dull woman nequin another Paulina Porizkova making wet libs at the camera She performs well inside her limits of service to 1 the enemy within who seeks to mate with a human hunk and 2 director Roger Don aldsons zeal to uphold the superior claims of our own species by flash ing Henstridges physical charms as often as possible Kingsley after shedding a tear to show he is not a technerd sets off in pursuit with his bold new team They spend a lot of time feverishly debating while slam ming car doors and rushing through corridors They are the anthropologist Al fred Molina the biologist Marg Helgenberger the psychic and empath Forest Whitaker and the hit man Michael Madsen a guy so tough he probably wakes up to cof fee brewed from rocks Whitaker has the goof part unin tentionally Hes so empathetic so brimmingover with tremulous emotion that he seems to be having an Actors Studio meltdown He al so speaks remarkably obvious lines such as Something bad hap and She looks so Thank you very much now I can put down my crayon Is Sil the Kaliascutie a subtle advance for film feminism Maybe Camille Paglia can rush into print with an analysis One thing is for sure With his voyeuristic fix on Henstridge Donaldson is no ad vance in male piggery Even a Trappist monk on holiday might look at Henstridge and think rev erently that here is one boss babe pace a thriller With monsters de signed by Giger the Alien maestro the film provides chilly shocks to compensate for a trans parent plot and often dorky dia logue There are duhwha moments A big one arrives when the team chases the wild thing under an old hotel There they find an ap parent merger of the La Brea Tar Pits Carlsbad Caverns unex plored oil deposits and the Vien nese sewers of The Third Hey Harry Lime come up for some strudel This movie is Alien invading the plot body of The Jack Sholders cheaper funnier zippier 1987 terror romp in which an alien occupied a quickchange series of bodies in the most amusing bod being a 50sstyle thug who might have been the ancestor of Madsen and lets give Madsen credit for playing another lummox with ripe conviction in a sex scene with Helgenberger he looks at her as if sizing up a new ash Jumpy with horror vitamins frisky with bared skin Species is sorta fun if you dont mind its core of generic nonsense This movie knows its lineage The truth of its drivein pedigree is stated by Mad sen almost sheepishly What are we for A giant moth By Robert J Hawkins Copley News Service Miramax showed the world that smallbudget independent and for eign films have an audience in the United States It has enjoyed ma jor success with such quality fare as The Thin Blue The Like Water for Choco late and Pulp In fact Miramax was so suc cessful that Disney bought it So far being inside the House of the Mouse hasnt compromised Mira maxs strong independent streak Miramaxs penchant for quality films and Disneys marketing mus cle have proved complementary The most recent Miramax titles on video include Robert Altmans savaging of the fashion industry in Ready to the final piece in Krzysztof Kieslowskis color troika is now available On Aug 22 Willem Dafoe and Miran Species is rated R SEAN CQNNERY Born Thomas Connery on Aug 25 1930 in Edinburgh Scotland Worked As a bricklayer lifeguard coffin polisher and swimsuit model before hit ting it big in 1962 in Dr As lames Bond of Won a Best Supporting Oscar For his role in The Latest role King Arthur in First Knight with Richard Cere Copley News Service Hollywood substrata of major in one that brings a fa miliar name to the game Hall mark The public will soon start think ing of Hallmark in terms other than warm fuzzy madeforTV films and muzzy greeting cards The company is positioning itself as a leading distributor of indepen dent films Hallmark Home Entertainment makes its debut with three strong titles the caliber of which Execu tive Vice President Steve Beeks says sets the pace for what is to Two of those come from respect ed independent film producer Samuel Goldwyn the Academy Awardnominated foreignfilm comedy Eat Drink Man Woman and David Mamets troubling sexu alharassment meditation Olean The third film the madeforTV drama Getting Out Rebecca De Mornay Ellen Burstyn is based on a Marsha Norman play It was pro duced by parent company Hall mark Entertainment Hallmark will distribute future Goldwyn films such as The Mad ness of King and about a dozen new titles a year It also has access to the Goldwyn studios li brary of more than 200 titles such as Wild At as well as Goldwyns J Arthur Rank hold ings more than 400 films Another respected independent October Films also will be distrib uted by Hallmark October will provide about 10 video titles anhfc ally under the threeyear pact starting with Search and De directed by David Salle Octobers recent filmnoir mas terpiece The Last Seduction vis now available from Polygram tfif der a previous distribution agrW iu Hallmark also has established a second video label Evergreen tertainment to handle more adult themed films from October The first of these cornero video Aug 1 Lori Singer and Mick ey Rourke team up for The Ljaslt Ride a lusty mix of outfaw living rodeo sawdust and lovel And in Dennis and 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