The "Hysteria" director talks about making good in this sharp comedy about debt collection.
In his second feature, Max Winkler finds the beauty beneath the surface.
The director of "Hysteria" returns with a savage satire that makes sense out of all the dollars shifted from the poor to the rich through predatory loans.
The "Nobody Walks" director discusses how the bestselling novel about a young woman reliving the same day over and over gave her the chance to do something new.
The mother-daughter acting duo on recasting themselves behind the camera as well as in front for this splendid comedy.
On raising hell in high school once more with his brother "Heathers" writer Daniel Waters.