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Alex Honnold is a professional adventure rock climber whose audacious free solo ascents of America's biggest cliffs have made him one of the most recognized and followed climbers in the world. A gifted but hard-working athlete, he is known as much for his humble, self-effacing attitude as he is for the dizzyingly tall cliffs he has climbed without a rope to protect him if he falls. Honnold has been profiled by "60 Minutes" and The New York Times, been featured on the cover of National Geographic, appeared in international television commercials and starred in numerous adventure films, including the Emmy-nominated "Alone on the Wall."

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Vasarhelyi's films as a director include "Meru" (Oscars Shortlist 2016; Sundance Audience Award 2015); "Incorruptible" (Truer Than Fiction Independent Spirit Award 2016); "Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I Love" (Oscilloscope, 2009), which premiered at the Telluride and Toronto Film Festivals; "A Normal Life" (Tribeca Film Festival, Best Documentary 2003); and "Touba" (SXSW, Special Jury Prize Best Cinematography 2013). Vasarhelyi has directed a New York Times Op Doc, an episode for Netflix's nonfiction design series "Abstract" and two episodes for ESPN's new nonfiction series "Enhanced." She has received grants from the Sundance Institute, the Ford Foundation, the Rockefeller Brothers Fund, Bertha Britdoc, the William and Mary Greve Foundation and the National Endowment of the Arts. She is a member of the DGA as well as AMPAS. She holds a B.A. in comparative literature from Princeton University and lives in New York City.

Jimmy Chin is a professional climber, skier, mountaineer, 18-year member of The North Face Athlete Team and National Geographic Explorer. As the director, producer and cinematographer of the National Geographic Documentary Film FREE SOLO, which he co-directed with Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Chin captured rock climber Alex Honnold's nail-biting free solo ascent of Yosemite National Park's El Capitan.

Evan Hayes is the Head of Production & Development at the Emmy award-wining production company ACE Content, where he is also a Partner. Hayes developed and produced FREE SOLO alongside co-directors Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi and Jimmy Chin. During the production of FREE SOLO, he served as President of Production at Parkes+MacDonald/Image Nation where he supervised all aspects of production, finance and creative development in both film & television. Hayes also oversaw Parkes+MacDonald's discretionary development fund as well as strategic partnerships with Image Nation Abu Dhabi, Universal Television and Studio Canal, among others. During his tenure at Parkes+MacDonald the company produced and/or financed such films as James Ponsoldt's "The Circle" starring Tom Hanks, Emma Watson, and John Boyega; Davis Guggenheim's "He Named Me Malala" for Fox Searchlight; and "Rings" for Paramount Pictures.

Chirality at the molecular level is found in diverse biological structures, such as polysaccharides, proteins and DNA, and is responsible for many of their unique properties. Introducing chirality into porous inorganic solids may produce new types of materials that could be useful for chiral separation, stereospecific catalysis, chiral recognition (sensing) and photonic materials. Template synthesis of inorganic solids using the self-assembly of lyotropic liquid crystals offers access to materials with well-defined porous structures, but only recently has chirality been introduced into hexagonal mesostructures through the use of a chiral surfactant. Efforts to impart chirality at a larger length scale using self-assembly are almost unknown. Here we describe the development of a photonic mesoporous inorganic solid that is a cast of a chiral nematic liquid crystal formed from nanocrystalline cellulose. These materials may be obtained as free-standing films with high surface area. The peak reflected wavelength of the films can be varied across the entire visible spectrum and into the near-infrared through simple changes in the synthetic conditions. To the best of our knowledge these are the first materials to combine mesoporosity with long-range chiral ordering that produces photonic properties. Our findings could lead to the development of new materials for applications in, for example, tuneable reflective filters and sensors. In addition, this type of material could be used as a hard template to generate other new materials with chiral nematic structures.

We study block copolymers (BCPs) on patterned substrates, where the top polymer film surface is not constrained but is free and can adapt its shape self-consistently. In particular, we investigate the combined effect of free interface undulations with wetting of the BCP film as induced by nanopatterned substrates. Under wetting conditions and for a finite volume of BCP material, we find equilibrium droplets composed of coexisting perpendicular and parallel lamellar domains. The self-assembly of BCPs on topographic patterned substrates is also investigated and it is found that the free interface induces mixed morphologies of parallel and perpendicular domains coupled with a nonflat free interface. Our study has some interesting consequences for experimental setups of graphoepitaxy and nanoimprint lithography.

From the Philadelphia Film Society, these free events in neighborhoods around the city pair a film with activities, performances, giveaways and more. For example, the Black Panther screening offers DIY superhero inventions; Fantastic Mr. Fox includes yoga and Cambodian water ice; and Coco features food and fun from West Kensington businesses.

Public parks in the city host free summer (and fall!) movie nights as part of a special program with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation. Visit parks from South Philly to West Philly for all-ages flicks this summer.

Drive-ins are out, blankets and chairs are in at movie night in Media. A two-story inflatable screen ensures a great viewing experience for all at Barrall Field, where the screening is free and the snacks are BYO.

When dusk falls at Wentz Run Park in Blue Bell, the fun is just beginning. As part of its free summer entertainment schedule, the park hosts BYO-chair movie nights at the gazebo. Visitors are encouraged to arrive with enough time to find a good seat, and to bring their snacks of choice.

The small unincorporated community of Lafayette Hill celebrates summer in a big way with outdoor movie nights for families in Miles Park. Played on a 40-foot inflatable screen, the movies start at dusk, with rain dates on the following night. Bring your chairs, blankets and snacks for the free screenings, and remember that the park requires guests to follow current CDC guidelines for masks and distancing.

The Open Video Project site has an excellent search engine: you can narrow your search to films of a specific duration (less than one minute or 1-2 minutes). You can also search for silent films which are very useful for film scoring projects.

Claim your copy of our annual guide to free music technology resources, designed especially for music teachers. Discover interactive music websites, software, productivity tools, and assessment resources you can use in your music classroom for free.

The Beach Shuttle offers free transportation on weekends and holidays on a set loop between Playa Vista, Marina del Rey, and the Venice Pier. Enjoy direct drop-offs and pick-ups at the Burton Chace Park entrance on concert nights. Click here for a map.

There's nothing like a purely classic science fiction film. Donald Sutherland stars in this 1978 thriller following a health inspector as he uncovers an alien invasion happening under the public's knowledge. That's enough of a hook already, but just to make things even better, Leonard Nimoy plays a tweed-jacket-wearing psychiatrist. This film was the blueprint for so many films to come, and an essential in any science fiction education.

Southampton will host Tottenham Hotspur today in a David versus Goliath story. Tottenham is currently ranked fourth in the Premier League and is coming off a 3-1 win over Nottingham Forest. Southampton, on the other hand, is ranked dead last in the Premier League and most recently lost 0-2 to Brentford. The match kicks off at 11 AM ET, and will be broadcast on the USA Network, which means there's a (legal) free Southampton vs Tottenham live stream.

That's because there are several ways to watch the Premier League this year. Live streams of the matches switch between Peacock TV and USA Network. If a match is aired on Peacock, that's your only option. If it's aired on USA, like Southampton vs Spurs in under an hour, you can choose from several of the best live TV streaming services. Some of them will even let you watch the match for free by way of a free trial. Here's how to watch Southampton vs Tottenham for free.Watch the Southampton vs Tottenham live stream on FuboTV 041b061a72


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