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Jean-Marc Vallée

Jean-Marc Vallée (born in 1963 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada) is a film director and screenwriter Canadian.


* Les Fleurs Valenciennes (1995)

* Liste noire (1995)

* Follies (1997)

* Les Mots Valenciennes (1998)

* Loser Love (1999)

* C.R.A.Z.Y. (2005)

* The young Victoria (2009)


* 1996: Strangers (Leave episode 1996/I)

* 2000: The secret adventures of Jules Verne

David shore

It David shore, born on July 3, 1959, is a Canadian television series.

Career highlights an Emmy Award in 2005 for the episode “three stories” of house M.D. script.

Shore also wrote episodes of nypd blue, the practice, EZ streets, due south, and the outer limits.

He is currently the creator and writer of the series of medical drama house M. D.

Seth Rogen

Seth Rogen (born 15 April 1982) is an American actor, comedian, writer and Canadian film producer. He began his career doing stand-up comedy for four years when I was a teenager, reaching second place in an amateur comedy in Vancouver contest at age 16. While still living in Canada, he attended the casting to a minor role on freaks and geeks. Of moving to Los Angeles for the role, freaks and geeks was cancelled after one season. He earned a place in the also little lasting Undeclared, series which was responsible for writing.

After working as writer in the final season of Da Ali G show, which he and other writers received an Emmy Award nomination was guided by director judd apatow towards a career in film. He was hired to a supporting role important and credited as co-producer on the debut as director Apatow The 40-Year-Old Virgin. After receiving praise for his performance, Universal pictures agreed to have him as a player in the upcoming movie from Apatow, knocked up.

During his career, has appeared in such films as donnie darko, You, Me and Dupree, zack and miri make a Porno and Fanboys, and produced by Apatow comedies: Superbad (a semi-autobiographical comedy that originally planned to make years earlier, written between Rogen and Evan Goldberg), step brothers and pineapple express. He also co-wrote the screenplay for another comedy Apatow helped produce drillbit Taylor. Also lent her voice to animation Shrek the third movie the Chronicles of Spiderwick, Dr. Seuss’ Horton hears a Who!, kung Fu Panda and Monsters vs. Alien.

Early years

Rogen was born and raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. Sandy son, a social worker, and Mark Rogen, who works for non-profit and organizations as an assistant director in The Workmen’s Circle.[ 1 ] [ 2 ] He has described his parents as “Socialist radical Jews”.[ 2 ] He has a sister, Danya, which is a social worker. Rogen attended the Talmud Torah school and Point Grey Secondary School (though never graduated), incorporating many of his colleagues from his writings. It was also known for his comic Camp Miriam live performances.[ 1 ] His beginnings in show business were his 13 years after enrolling in classes of comedy. With his characteristic dry humor, he won second place in the Vancouver Amateur Comedy Contest 16 years of age, then continue working on the comedy and action.



His first exposure to the entertainment world began with a commercial in Canada at age 13.[ 3 ] Of testing your skills as a comedian, Rogen did not let escape her first role in the series freaks and geeks (1999-2000) with having just attended two auditions. He played the cynical and austere “freak” Ken Miller. judd apatow, the co-producer of the show was very impressed with Rogen improvisation skills.[ 4 ] After the series was canceled in the middle of his first season, Rogen was employed in a similar role in the second series of Apatow, Undeclared (2001-2002), and wrote several chapters. In 2001, Rogen also has a role less as Ricky Danforth in donnie darko, and Dawson’s Creek, a chapter which he claims that he never saw.[ 5 ] After his second series in 2002 cancelled, Rogen developed a sour attitude towards television, without waiting to act in other series unless Apatow was involved.

Career as a screenwriter

His first important work as a writer was to Undeclared, Apatow, second television series which was hired as a writer until he was offered a role as an actor.[ 7 ] During the production of the show, Rogen wrote a chapter and co-wrote four others.

Your experience with Undeclared served him when he and his partner screenwriter evan goldberg joined the team of writers of Da Ali G show for their second season. The show’s writers including Rogen and Goldberg, received an Emmy Award nomination in 2005. At the end, Rogen was hired for that would be the final season of the series; Da Ali G show concluded due to a creative decision so of comedy would be unsustainable if the show would continue much more. However, Rogen association with the star of the show, Sacha baron Cohen, had not ended; Rogen said in an interview made contributions as “accredited” for the film version of Cohen, Borat.

In 2008, Rogen won the best screenplay at the Canadian Comedy Awards by Superbad. He had written the script for this comedy of the year 2007 years before, as something so you start writing. Superbad team sought a version of Rogen at age 18, and chose to jonah hill (who is barely two years younger).[ 9 ] Rogen also wrote the screenplay of drillbit Taylor, starring owen Wilson, and based on a script by 17 pages previously written by john hughes.

Recent projects

Rogen returned to the big screen in 2005 with a role as secondary in Judd Apatow’s directorial debut The 40-Year-Old Virgin next to Steve carell. The film was a massive success, grossing over $ 100,000,000 in the United States.UU. (and more than 177 million worldwide).[ 11 ] Following this success, Apatow gave him the lead role in knocked up (2007).[ 12 ] Apatow had approached Rogen to discuss the project and possible starring roles, but he suggested several concepts of science fiction. Once the director insisted that Rogen would work best in real-life situations, both agreed to the concept of accidental pregnancy that was transformed in knocked up, which Rogen was nominated for best actor at the Canadian Comedy Award awards in 2008, but it was Michael Cera for his role in Superbad who took the prize, film written by Rogen.

Profile of USA Today in the group called “frat pack” of contemporary actors, is a media – mainly us – term for a set of actors who have appeared together in a number of comedies of highest grossing of the late 1990s and first decade of the new millennium. When asked if he was in the group, Rogen said I wasn’t sure.

Rogen and Apatow were behind the comedy Superbad (2007). Rogen and Goldberg wrote, with Apatow as a producer. He also wrote drillbit Taylor, starring Owen Wilson, but did not appear as an actor since history includes most high school students. freaks and geeks, James Franco, teammate reunited with him for comedy pineapple express.[ 16 ] In October 2007, he appeared as host of saturday night live.[ 17 ] Their next release was zack and miri make a Porno directed by kevin Smith, which starred opposite Elizabeth banks, also co-star in The 40-Year-Old Virgin.


Although Rogen has written screenplays for film and television, his comic style tends to have dialogue largely improvised. Apatow noticed this talent in improvisation during the filming of freaks and geeks, what influenced their decision to have Rogen working on Undeclared and The 40-Year-Old Virgin.[ 4 ] Most Apatow projects Rogen characters dialogues often are not in the script. Rogen said you prefer improvise dialogue because it captures the essence of true friends making jokes.[ 19 ] Apatow never stops filming of each shot, allowing you to his actors improvise differently each time. The three roles of Rogen longest to date (The 40-Year-Old Virgin, knocked up and pineapple express), reached over one million feet of film, something almost unprecedented in comedies.


Rogen has described the “shock” entering the industry which is now working with icons of comedy that grew up looking like will ferrell, owen Wilson and jim carrey. Rogen cited the album by Adam sandler, “They’re All Gonna Laugh at You!” (which has Apatow from time to time) as the most fun you’ve ever heard, and “At a medium Pace” track was the seed came his relationship with comedy thing.[ 20 ] Rogen was also a big fan of the first season of Da Ali G show and was exciting working suddenly to Sacha Baron Cohen. Also cites Porky’s and movies bachelor party, besides the by kevin Smith, as inspirations to write sex comedies.[ 21 ] In an interview with MTV, said about Smith: “I feel as if my strengths were always a robbery in some way to Kevin Smith films”.[ 22 ] Smith and his films, Rogen has gone even further and has told: “I would not be a writer if it weren’t for you and your movies”.

Personal life

Rogen moved to Los Angeles at age 16, after being discovered by Apatow in Vancouver.[ 4 ] At the end of his adolescence, his parents moved him from Canada, but by the time I was working on his second TV series, his parents lived in both places, Canada and United States.[ 6 ] Rogen still resides in Los Angeles. He continued writing and producing along with Evan Goldberg, who has worked on Da Ali G show, knocked up, Superbad and pineapple express.[ 24 ] He said also that smokes marijuana daily.[ 25 ]


Year       Title       Paper    Notes

1999       Freaks and Geeks (series)            Ken Miller           Actor

2001       Undeclared (series)        Ron Garner         Actor, writer

Donnie Darko    Ricky Danforth

2004       Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy           Scotty the Cameraman Extra

2005       The 40-Year-Old Virgin   CAL        Actor, co-producer

2006       You, Me and Dupree      Neil        Actor

2007       Third Shrek         Ship Captain       Voice

Knocked Up       Benjamin Stone                Actor, executive producer

Superbad            Officer Michaels               Actor, co-writer, executive producer

2008       The Spiderwick Chronicles           Hogsqueal           Voice

Drillbit Taylor                      Co-writer

Horton Hears a Who!     Morton                Voice

Kung Fu Panda Mantis master   Voice

Step Brothers    Sporting Goods Manager             Cameo

Pineapple Express           Dale Denton       Actor, co-writer, executive producer

Zack and Miri Make a Porno        Zack Brown         Actor

2009       Fanboys               Admiral Seasholtz/The Pimp / star journey alien                Actor

Monsters vs. Aliens        B.O.B     Voice

Observe and Report       Ronnie Barnhardt            Actor

Funny People    Zack Matthews                 Actor, executive producer

2010       The Green Hornet           Britt Reid/The Green Hornet      Actor, co-writer

2011       PandaMonium (Kung Fu Panda 2)            Mantis master   Voice

There Is No Justice In Mexico     Roasted Green

Born Sarah Polley


Born Sarah Polley on January 8, 1979 in Toronto, Ontario. It is an actress, singer and Canadian film director, he has participated in films such as El Porvenir sweet atom egoyan (where he worked on some songs on vocals), (1997) Guinevere (1999), living without limits (1999), my life without me (2003) and the adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988) of terry gilliam.

Sarah is the youngest of five children of Michael polley, British actor (attended acting classes with Albert finney in England before moving to Canada), and actress / casting diane polley, Director who died of cancer shortly before the eleventh birthday of Sarah. In spite of being a student magnificent not graduated at Earl Haig Secondary School.

His first film appearance was four years in the role of Molly in magical Christmas (1985) a Disney movie. Later became the first episode of the series friday the 13th (mystery for three).At age eight, he submitted to in the title role in television series “Ramona” based on Beverly Cleary’s books. Though it would be another year later when he jumped to the general public as Sara Stanley on the popular CBC television series “Road to Avonlea”, produced by Kevin Sullivan. Series made famous and economically independent, and won the affection of Canada press.

Seven years with the program, Sarah was furious by the Americanization of the series that was purchased by the Disney Channel for distribution in the United States, then you left the series temporarily. Shortly after the series was cancelled (due to lack of audience), but she came back as Sara Stanley for the final episode.

Took their disenchantment with Disney is root in an incident during the Gulf war, when Disney invited her to appear in a Children’s Awards Show in Washington dc, twelve-year used a symbol of peace in the event against the producers. Disney has it been blacklist since then.

After the problem with Disney, Polley focused its efforts on left-wing politics became a prominent member of the new Democratic Party, where his political mentor Peter Kormos. Financially independent from the age of fourteen, in 1993 the young left-wing maverick began living with a twenty years older man in his own House. (About this, she says that his father should have tried to stop it)

In 1995, he lost several teeth a confrontation with police while he complained against the Conservative Government of Mike Harris in Queen’s Park, Toronto. Subsequently he became involved with the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty.

After the incident in Ontario returned to acting with “The sweet hereafter” (1997) which attracted considerable attention in the USA; This role would become it a favorite of the Sundance Film Festival.

It was introduced to the role of Penny Lane in “almost famous” mega-production, but he left the project to return to Canada to make a film of low-budget, “the law of enclosures” (2000). The role went to Kate Hudson.

In 2003, was part of the Advisory Team of the re-elegido this September and Mayor of Toronto David Miller married David Wharnsby, which carried out a total of seven years.

He made his debut in direction with the film away from her (2006), based on Alice Munro short story “The Bear Came Over the Mountain”. The film with her and julie Christie as protagonists, was released on September 11, 2006 Toronto International festival.

The film really liked variety, the Hollywood Reporter, and the three Toronto dailies, which highlighted the performances of Christie and her co-star, Canadian actor Gordon Pinsent, and for Polley’s direction.

“Away from her” was acquired by Lionsgate to launch in the United States for the sum of $750,000. It is expected the Distributor, which plans to release the film in 2007, to launch a major campaign for the Academy Awards, the performance of Christie and Polley as drew.


* Splice (2010)

* Mr. Nobody (2009)

* Away from Her (2007) Director and screenwriter (nominated for an Oscar for best adapted screenplay)

* At the gates of heaven (2006)

* Beowulf & Grendel (the return of the beast) (2005)

* The Secret Life of Words (2005)

* The awakening (2004)

* Dawn of the Dead (2004)

* My Life Without Me (2003)

* Forgiveness (2002)

* No Such Thing (2001)

* The weight of water (2000)

* The Law of Enclosures (2000)

* Forgiveness (2000)

* Love come down (2000)

* The life before this (1999)

* Guinevere (1999)

* eXistenZ (1999)

* Go (1999)

* Last Night (1998)

* Jerry and Tom (1998)

* The Sweet Hereafter (1997)

* The planet of Junior Brown (1997)

* The Hanging Garden (1997)

* Joe´s so mean to Josephine (1996)

* Children First (1996)

* Exotica (1994)

* Babar: The Movie (1989)

* The Adventures of Baron Munchausen (1988)

* PrettyKill (1987)

* Blue Monkey (1987)

* Golden hand (1987)

* Magic Christmas (1985)



Year       Category              Movie   Result

2007       Oscar for best adapted screenplay           Away from her Candidate

[Edit] Other awards

Year       Film/series          Category              Prize      Result

2008       Away from her (2006)    Best adapted screenplay              Oscar     Nominated

2007       Away from her (2006)    Best film              Gold (Seminci) spike       Nominated

2004       My life without my (2003)            Best actress        Genie    Winner

2003       My life without my (2003)            Best actress        Goya     Nominated

2001       Law of Enclosures (2000)              Best actress        Genie    Nominated

1999       Living without limits (1999)          Best supporting actress                 Independent Spirit Award           Nominated

1997       Sweet Hereafter (1997)                Best original song             Genie    Nominated

1997       Sweet Hereafter (1997)                Best actress        Genie    Nominated

1997       Sweet Hereafter (1997)                Best new actress              Toronto Film Critics Association                 Winner

[Edit] Address for fans

Sarah Polley Celia Chassels – Gary Goddard and Associates Ltd 10 St. Mary Street Toronto, Ontario M4Y 1P9 Canada

Craig Olejnik

Craig Olejnik (was born in Halifax, Nova Scotia) is an actor Canadian. He is best known for his starring role in the listener, TV series where she played Toby Logan, a young paramedic with the power to read the mind of others (hence the title of the series) and see the events happening in your view. His previous work include Runaway, Thirteen Ghosts, Margaret Museum, and Wolf Lake. It is also the director, screenwriter and producer of the film Interview with zombie.



Year       Film        Role       Notes

1995       Margaret Museum          Jimmy MacNeil

1999       Teen Sorcery     Michael Charming

2001       13 Ghosts             The Torn Prince Royce Clayton

2002       Flower & Garnet              Carl

2005       Interview with zombie Interviewer        Director, screenwriter and producer

2006       Obituary              Luke      TV Movie

2007       In God’s Country              Frank     Telefilm

2009       The Timekeeper               Martin Bishop

2010       Dawn    Unknown            In production


Year       Series    Role       Notes

2001       So Weird              Zach Stewart      1 Episode

2001       Wolf Lake            Sean      2 Episodes

2006       Runaway             Jake

2009-Present     The Listener       Toby Logan         protagonist

Joseph Mallozzi

Joseph Mallozzi (16 October 1965) is a writer and producer Canadian.[ 1 ] He is best known for his contributions to the Stargate SG-1, stargate atlantis and Stargate Universe TV series. He joined the Stargate production crew at the beginning of the fourth season of the program in 2000. Since then he has been writer and executive producer for both series.

In children’s television, worked as a writer for Animal crackers the Little lulu show, The Institute of flying Rhinoceros, Largo winch, busy world of Richard scarry, the baskervilles, Paddington Bear, George and martha, the wombles, Mona the vampire, student bodies, the smoggies, Zombie, Hotel Birdz, Big Wolf on Campus and White Fang.

Credits as writer

Stargate SG-1

* Window of Opportunity

* Scorched Earth

* Point of No Return

* The Curse

* Chain Reaction

* Prodigy (Next to paul mullie, brad Wright)

* Exodus

* Enemies (Next to Paul Mullie, Brad Wright and Robert C. cooper)

* The Fifth Man

* The Tomb

* Desperate Measures

* Wormhole X-Treme! (Next to Paul Mullie, brad Wright)

* Summit

* Fail Safe

* Revelations

* Descent

* Nightwalkers

* Shadow Play

* Prometheus

* Disclosure

* Prophecy

* Homecoming

* Revisions

* Avenger 2.0

* Fallout (Next to paul mullie, corin nemec)

* Inauguration

* New Order (I)

* Lockdown

* Endgame

* It’s Good to be King (with Paul Mullie, Michael Greenburg and Peter DeLuise)

* Full Alert

* Moebius I & II (with Paul Mullie, Brad Wright and Robert C. Cooper)

* The Ties That Bind

* Deus Ex Machina

* Collateral Damage

* Ripple Effect (with Paul Mullie, Brad Wright)

* The Scourge

* Camelot

* Morpheus

* 200 (With Paul Mullie, Brad Wright, Robert C. Cooper, Martin Gero, Carl Binder and Alan McCullough)

* Counterstrike

* Memento Mori

* The Quest (parts 1 and 2)

* Family Ties

Adrien Lorion

Adrien Lorion (born 29 April 1972 in Montreal, Quebec) is director of art and film. The 33rd International Film Festival of Montreal presents his original idea in the official demo of aperture: exquisite corpse first edition. A group of ten directors, scriptwriters, film and professional musicians took the exquisite corpse concept a new level with the fusion of art director film and the canción-escritura.


* 2006: Exquisite corpse first edition: Idea original, director of art and design


* 2009: Déraisonnable (Rivage / DEP)-L’Anse des Anges. Words: Adrien Lorion / Véronique Bellemare Brière. Music: David Etienne

* 2009: Déraisonnable (Rivage / DEP)-Alligator. Words: David Étienne / Adrien Lorion. Music: David Etienne

* 2009: Déraisonnable (Rivage / DEP)-Bangkok City. Words: Adrien Lorion. Music: David Etienne

* 2006: Exquisite corpse first edition: Idea original, director of art and design

* 1998: Southern Libéré Parole (PGC-Select) – disappointments. Words: Adrien Lorion / Andres Finzi. Music: David Étienne. Song to the memory of Domingo Faustino Sarmiento: ‘ On ne tue point les idées»

* 1996: Underground Montreal – V 1: Co-Director


* 2000 et 2001: Festibel, music festival: logo and design Director

John N. Smith

John N. Smith (born 31 July 1943 in Montreal, Quebec) is a film director and screenwriter Canadian.[ 1 ] He began his career making documentaries and short films of change to feature films to finally work mainly in television. His work has been nominated to the Academy Awards, Awards Genie and Gemini Awards, although he has only won the last. It is known for the tragedy of 1995 dangerous minds starring michelle pfeiffer and the TV movie The Boys of St. Vincent. From 1972 to the end of The Boys of St. Vincent in 1992, Smith was Director member of the national film board of canada.[ 2 ] He is married to Director cynthia Scott.

Selected filmography

* The Englishman’s Boy (TV miniseries, 2008)

* Prairie Giant: The Tommy Douglas Story (TV miniseries, 2006)

* Geraldine’s Fortune (2004)

* Random Passage (TV miniseries, 2002)

* A Cool, Dry Place (1998)

* Dangerous Minds (1995)

* Dieppe (TV miniseries, 1993)

* The Boys of St. Vincent 1992 (movie)

* Train of Dreams (1987)

* Revolution’s Orphans (short film, 1979)

Anne Hébert

Anne Hébert (sainte-catherine–la-Jacques-Cartier, 25 km from Quebec, August 1, 1916 – Montreal, January 22, 2000) was a novelist, poet and screenwriter Canadian French.


Anne Hebert. He spent his childhood in Quebec. In 1942 he published his first book of poems, Los Sueños in balance. His second work, published in 1950, was the torrent. The tomb of the Kings appear in 1953, is a work that had worked for ten years. It was hired as a script in the national film board of canada in January 1953. He worked here in Montreal as a writer until the autumn of 1954. He moved to Paris in 1965, after the death of his mother. The rooms of wood novel was published in 1958 and Anne Hébert is an elected member of the Royal society of canada in June 1960. Following the publication of her second novel, Kamouraska, finally achieves success by 1970. The children of the sabbat, a third novel, appears in 1975. In 1978, the Prime Minister of the province of Quebec, René lévesque offers you the post of Lieutenant Governor of Quebec, which rejects. In 1982, after his fourth novel, Heloise, author becomes the fourth French-speaking Canadian and the second Quebec that obtains a Grand literary prize. Indeed, get Femina award for her fifth novel Bassan Follies. In 1983, is named doctor honoris causa by the University of Laval. This title is added to the results obtained earlier by the University of Toronto in 1969, Guelph in 1970, UQAM in 1979 and then McGill University in 1980. In 1988 published his sixth novel, the first garden, tribute to the founding of New France women. A seventh novel, the child dreams loaded, shown in 1992. Aurelian, Clara, Miss and English Lieutenant, a story midway between poetry and prose published in 1995, at the 70años. Two years later published his fifth book of poems, poems for the left hand. In early 1998, Anne Hébert, who had been 32 years living in Paris back to Montreal. In 1999 he published his latest novel, which will be will be A light suit. In fact, dies a few months later at the hospital Notre – Dame de Montreal 22 January 2000. He was 83 years old.



* 1950: The stream (“Le Torrent”)

* 1958: The rooms of wood (“Les Chambres of bois”)

* 1970: Kamouraska (“Kamouraska”)

* 1975: The children of the sabbat (“Les Enfants du sabbat”)

* 1980: Heloise (“Héloïse”)

* 1982: Follies of Bassan (“Les Fous of Bassan”)

* 1992: Child of dreams (“l” Enfant chargé de songes “)

* 1995: Aurelian, Clara, Miss and English Lieutenant (“Aurélien, Clara, mademoiselle et le lieutenant anglais”)

* 1999: A suit of light (“A Habit d’lumière”)

* 2001: Refuge tempo (“Un Libro Tempo”)


* 1942: The dreams in balance (“Les Songes in equilibre”)

* 1953: The tomb of the Kings (“Le Tombeau des rois”)

* 1997: Poems for the left hand (“Poèmes pour la main gauche”)

Short stories

* For sure there is someone (“Il and certainement quelqu’un ‘ a”)

] Movie scripts

* 1953: lock-keeper (short)

* 1954: the charwoman (short)

* 1955: needles and pins (short)

* 1959: La Canne à pêche

* 1960: saint-denys garneau (short)

* 1961: L’ étudiante (short)

* 1973: Kamouraska

* 1987: Les Fous Bassan

Literary awards

* 1943: Award Athanase – David, dreams in balance

* 1952: Prix Athanase-David

* 1958: Quebec – Paris award, the rooms of wood

* 1958: Ludger-Duvernay Prize for his poetic work

* 1968: Molson Prize for poetry sa

* 1971: France booksellers award for Kamouraska

* 1973: Award of the Royal Academy of Belgium for Kamouraska

* 1975: Governor general award for the children of the Sabbat

* 1976: Prince Pierre de Monaco Prize for overall work

* 1978: Prix Athanase-David, for the whole of his work

* 1982: Prix Femina for Bassan Follies

* 1982: Governor general award

* 1984: The letters of the Quebec Academy medal

* 1987: Prize Fleury Mesplet

* 1988: Literary Belgium French Canada-Community Award

* 1990: Governor general award

* 1992: Prize of the Governor-General by the child of dreams

* 1993: Prix Alain-Grandbois, per Le jour n’ d’ égal than la nuit

* 1993: Gilles-Corbeil award for overall work

* 1999: France-Québec Award by A light suit

* 2000: Prix Jean-Hamelin, by A light suit

Edward Paul Haggis

Edward Paul Haggis (born on 10 March 1953 in London, Ontario) is a Canadian film director and screenwriter.

In 2009 he left the Church of Scientology because it does not approve of the marriage between homosexuals.



Year       Category              Movie   Result

2006       Academy Award for best original screenplay       Letters from Iwo Jima    Nominated

2005       Academy Award for best film     Crash     Winner

2005       Oscar for Best Director Crash     Nominated

2005       Academy Award for best original screenplay       Crash     Winner

2004       Academy Award for best adapted screenplay     Million Dollar Baby           Nominated

Golden Globe

Year       Category              Movie   Result

2005       Golden Globe for best screenplay            Crash     Nominated


Year       Category              Movie   Result

2006       Best SCREENPLAY-adapted          Casino Royale    Nominated

2005       BAFTA for best film         Crash     Nominated

2005       BAFTA Best Director       Crash     Nominated

2005       Best original SCREENPLAY             Crash     Winner

FilmographyMain category:

Films directed by Paul Haggis

* Quantum of Solace (2008) Writer

* In the Valley of Elah (2008) Director, screenwriter, producer

* The last Kiss (2007) Writer

* Letters from Iwo Jima (2007) Writer, producer, executive producer

* Flags of our fathers (2007) Writer

* Los brothers Donnelly – the black donnellys (2007). Creator and screenwriter for NBC.

* Crash (2006) Director, screenwriter, producer

* Casino Royale (2006) Writer

* Million Dollar Baby (2005) Writer, producer