24 min

029: How can understanding your birth chart help you succeed as a director? (with Author/Coach Bonnie Gillespie‪)‬ The Working Director

    • Film Interviews

This is not our typical deep dive into the craft or biz of directing, but it just might help you be more successful in both! 

How can knowing about your birth chart and all that goes with it help your film career? How can you take a little more control in circumstances that you usually have little control? Open your mind and you might get something really cool from this episode.

Author and Coach Bonnie Gillespie tells us about her new company Chart Harmony and how it's been helping creatives like you thrive in Hollywood. We'll also dig into my chart a bit so I'm keeping on my promises about getting more personal in the podcast.

Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page.

To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro.


Bonnie Gillespie is living her dreams by helping others figure out how to live theirs. As a weekly columnist, she began demystifying the casting process for actors in 1999. Her most popular book is Self-Management for Actors, the curriculum upon which much of her teaching is based. As a producer and Emmy-honored casting director, Bonnie specializes in indie darlings. Whether casting, coaching, or exploring the woo as The Astrologer's Daughter, she is passionate about leaving this world better than she found it. Bonnie lives by the beach on unceded ancestral Tongva land with her partner, Keith Johnson, the luckiest man in the world.

Check out everything Bonnie has to offer to help you succeed in this biz by visiting: bonniegillespie.com
Their flagship program that will help you have a kick ass next year: Get in Gear for the Next Tier will kick off early next year.

To learn more about and/or get your chart done check out: chartharmony.com

IG: @Bonnie.Gillespie / @ChartHarmony

#CreatingTheHollywoodWeWant




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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message

This is not our typical deep dive into the craft or biz of directing, but it just might help you be more successful in both! 

How can knowing about your birth chart and all that goes with it help your film career? How can you take a little more control in circumstances that you usually have little control? Open your mind and you might get something really cool from this episode.

Author and Coach Bonnie Gillespie tells us about her new company Chart Harmony and how it's been helping creatives like you thrive in Hollywood. We'll also dig into my chart a bit so I'm keeping on my promises about getting more personal in the podcast.

Hosted by Director/Producer Jenn Page.

To join our private FB group for directors, or to learn about The Working Director accelerator that helps emerging filmmakers become working directors faster, visit TheWorkingDirector.Pro.


Bonnie Gillespie is living her dreams by helping others figure out how to live theirs. As a weekly columnist, she began demystifying the casting process for actors in 1999. Her most popular book is Self-Management for Actors, the curriculum upon which much of her teaching is based. As a producer and Emmy-honored casting director, Bonnie specializes in indie darlings. Whether casting, coaching, or exploring the woo as The Astrologer's Daughter, she is passionate about leaving this world better than she found it. Bonnie lives by the beach on unceded ancestral Tongva land with her partner, Keith Johnson, the luckiest man in the world.

Check out everything Bonnie has to offer to help you succeed in this biz by visiting: bonniegillespie.com
Their flagship program that will help you have a kick ass next year: Get in Gear for the Next Tier will kick off early next year.

To learn more about and/or get your chart done check out: chartharmony.com

IG: @Bonnie.Gillespie / @ChartHarmony

#CreatingTheHollywoodWeWant




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Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/theworkingdirector/message

24 min