Jonathon Sharp is a web producer and blogger at He started as a New Media intern at the station in 2010.

After he graduated from the University of St. Thomas, Jonathon joined the web team again as a web producer in February of 2011.

When he is not editing and/or writing articles, Jonathon writes for the Movie Blog.

Aside from cinema, Jonathon climbs rocks.

He also loves Carl Sagan.

Latest From Jonathon Sharp

'You Just Saved This Girl's Life': EMT Revives Hockey Player Who Stopped Breathing On The IceA college student is being credited with saving the life of a high school hockey player after she collapsed on the ice.
More Than 300 Films, Virtual Reality: What’s In Store For MSPIFF 2017A harbinger of springtime in the Twin Cities is the annual Minneapolis-St. Paul International Film Festival, a massive Midwest cinematic event that spans nearly all of April and brings hundreds of new films and some their acclimated creators to Minnesota.
Love Cats? Then 'Kedi' Will Make You Fall In Love With IstanbulAlthough we live in an age where the internet is probably 15 percent cat videos -- and there’s even an International Cat Video Festival -- there hasn’t been a film about cats quite like Kedi, a unique documentary about the city of Istanbul, its inhabitants and the relation between them and the ancient metropolis’ thousands of street cats.
'Neruda' Isn't A Biopic, It's An Ode To GreatnessPraise be to Pablo Larrain for not making a pretentious, lovesick biopic on Pablo Neruda. The Chilean poet/diplomat deserves more from cinema, and Larrain delivers, crafting an intricate, stylish and, above all, poetic work that highlights the writer’s idealism and contradictions, as well as the resounding value of a great poet to a culture.
Isabelle Huppert Braves The Existential Unknown In 'Things To Come'"Things to Come" is just half the reason 2016 is the year of Isabelle Huppert. The 63-year-old French actress, who can capture, in a look, both the archetype of intelligence and the specter of despair, is the driving force in two excellent but worlds-apart films coming out this winter.