John Rosenberg, Film Editor

John Rosenberg


An honors graduate of UCLA's film school,
JOHN ROSENBERG has worked in the motion picture industry as a film editor for over twenty years, as well as a production executive for several independent studios including LIVE Entertainment (Artisan/LionsGate) where he was in charge of post production for Wes Craven's Wishmaster, Sidney Lumet's Critical Care, the Christopher Walken thriller, Suicide Kings, and others.

As a film editor, Mr. Rosenberg has worked on over two dozen feature films for such companies as 20th Century Fox, Lorimar, Orion, New Line and Artisan. His feature projects include the Jack Nicholson film Man Trouble, Made in Heaven starring Tim Hutton and Debra Winger, Mac and Me, Body Count, Mannequin: On the Move, the cult favorite Poison Ivy starring Jaime Pressly, and Prancer, "one of the top ten classic Christmas films of all time" (MSNBC), starring Sam Elliott and Cloris Leachman.

Mr. Rosenberg has also been responsible for successful fundraising efforts for movies and businesses through his promo reels, trailers and TV spots, including the Wesley Strick (Cape Fear) film, Love is the Drug, and the Sundance Festival hit, The Convent.

He has written and edited a variety of reality-based, music and documentary projects. Mr. Rosenberg was one of the main editors for National Geographic's acclaimed documentary series, Expeditions to the Edge.

He teaches in the graduate division at the USC School for Cinematic Arts, in the Arts and Entertainment department at UCLA Extension and at the Art Institute of California, Los Angeles.