Paul Haggis

film writer and director

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Established TV writer who went on to write and direct Crash, which won the Oscar for Best Picture of 2004; co-writer of Clint Eastwood's Million Dollar Baby and Flags of Our Fathers, his latest film is In the Valley of Elah, one of many Iraq-themed films to come out in the last year and perform poorly at the box office

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Filmmaker Paul Haggis’ screenwriting credits include back-to-back Best Picture winners: Million Dollar Baby in 2004 and Crash, which he also directed, in 2005.

Paul Haggis

Filmmaker Paul Haggis’ screenwriting credits include back-to-back Best Picture winners: Million Dollar Baby in 2004 and Crash, which he also directed, in 2005.

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