Today on CrossCurrents, screenwriter Lorenzo Semple, Jr. was a fixture in the Aspen community. He was well-known for penning such classics as “3 Days of the Condor”, “Flash Gordon”, “The Parallax View”, “Papillon”, “Never Say Never Again”, the 1960s “Batman” TV series, and many more. Semple died in March at the age of 91. A tribute to his life and work will take place on Tuesday evening, September 23rd, at the Wheeler Opera House. Today, Semple’s children, Maria & Lo, talk about the tribute, their father, his work, and his love of the community.