The Whole Wide World
Dan Ireland directed this 1996 film about pulp writer Robert E. Howard (Conan the Barbarian) and his bittersweet romance with school teacher Novalyne Price Ellis (who co-wrote the screenplay). Vincent D’Onofrio plays the troubled writer and Renée Zellweger stands in for his bookish sweetheart. The movie was widely praised, winning the Grand Jury Prize at the 1996 Sundance Film Festival.
About Bernard Rose
Bernard Rose was one of the pioneering music video directors in the early days of MTV, shooting Relax by Frankie Goes To Hollywood, and Red Red Wine for UB40. Rose’s feature credits as writer and director include Paperhouse, Candyman, Immortal Beloved, Ivansxtc, Anna Karenina, and Two Jacks. He is currently in postproduction on Paganini: The Devil’s Violinist. You can check out his work at bernardrosedirector.com.