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Interview with Jonathan Friedman

  • Broadcast in Spirituality
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Jonathan Friedman attended James Madison University, graduating with a degree in Mass Communications. Over the years he has made use of his talents as a musician, writer, graphic designer, and filmmaker. In the graphics world, he is best known for his design of the best-selling Conversations with God books, which have touched the world in profound ways–and not many people know it, but Jonathan was the first person to realize the value of Conversations with God (at a time when no one else believed in it). He convinced his father to publish the book and then took it upon himself to promote it, helping CwG become known. Jonathan has also designed books by Richard Bach (author of Jonathan Livingston Seagull), Linda Goodman (author of Star Signs), and Marie Levit. In 2002 Jonathan co-wrote, produced, directed, and edited the independent feature film Moving, an irreverent comedy that has drawn great critical praise for its craftsmanship and ingenuity on a budget of under $9000. It was called“one of the funniest independent films of the year” by FilmThreat Magazine, won “Best Screenplay” at the Digital Visions Film Festival, and was picked up for national distribution. Jonathan currently resides in Virginia Beach, Virginia, and is working on a documentary feature film with Neale Donald Walsch, the author of Conversations with God.