Wednesday Jul 16
'Third Person' review: Paul Haggis film misses the mark
Canadian-born writer-director Paul Haggis won the 2004 best picture Academy Award for Crash, a movie about a diverse group of characters whose lives are intertwined in surprising ways.
The London Free Press
Paul Haggis and Liam Neeson talk 'Third Person'
Actors Adrien Brody with Liam Neeson and director Paul Haggis on the red carpet for the premiere of The Third Person at the Elgin Winter during the Toronto International Film Festival during the Toronto International Film Festival in Toronto on Monday September 9, 2013.
'Third Person': Liam Neeson and Olivia Wilde in flat drama from Paul Haggis
Paul Haggis is a talented writer who has veered into directing with mixed results: the excellent "Crash," the powerful but flawed "In the Valley of Elah" and the so-so "The Next Three Days."
Paul Haggis gets personal
In Paul Haggis's new film, Third Person , the central character is a Pulitzer prize-winning novelist named Michael.
'Third Person': Characters searching for inner lives
As he did in Crash , the Los Angeles-set drama about race, paranoia, and dread that won the 2005 best-picture Oscar, Paul Haggis puts a disparate cast of characters to work in Third Person .
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Capone talks the perils of modern relationships with Third Person writer-director Paul Haggis
Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. After a couple of decades of writing for such television series as "The Facts of Life," "One Day at a Time," "L.A. Law," "Due South," "Walker, Texas Ranger," "Mister Sterling," and "Family Law," Paul Haggis moved into film in 2005 with CRASH, which won Oscars for Best Screenplay and Best Film, whether you like ... (more)