Dina Waxman started making films in high school, but like all great rebel teens, she dropped out of NYU film school to pursue a career as a video store clerk. This led to an epic adventure in the mysterious, death-defying job known as Script Supervising, which she did side by side with such directors as David Fincher, Michael Mann, Spike Jonze, Wong Kar Wai, and John Frankenheimer, among countless others.

After ten feature films, two TV series’, and literally hundreds of commercials as script supervisor, Dina made her way to writing and directing full time.

She is currently in post-production on her first feature, The Mtn of My Dreams, which she has written, directed, produced and edited.

Occasionally, on set, Justin Timberlake inadvertantly busts a dance move and suddenly the air feels like lightning.

Dennis Christopher and Mary-Bonner Baker listen up as Ms. Waxman explains the finer points of cat fancying.

Tyler Durden + Baby Dina = Love

On the set of Fight Club, the director's chairs had cup holders.

Clive Owen enjoys elfin creatures. Elfin creatures LOVE Clive Owen.

Forest Whitaker explains backlight. The sun listens and obeys.

Guy Ritchie directing his then-wife "Mrs. Ritchie" during her English accent period.

In addition to his splendid acting talents, James Morrison is also a brilliant yoga teacher.

Demonstrated here: Paul Rudd communicates using the "Connected Cranium Method."

Johnny Depp communicates using the "I'm so amazing you can't even concentrate" method.

Three of life's great joys: short ties, insert shots and Will Maier.

Wong Kar-Wai wears opaque sunglasses at all times. He's so good he doesn't need to see.

Mitch Rouse, from the 1998 calendar entitled "When Directors Are Handsome."