Seen on Screen with Jacqueline Coley : Editors Have All the Fun with John Cantú


What does crafting a quilt have in common with editing a blockbuster movie trailer? In this week’s episode of "Seen on the Screen," Jacqueline Coley finds that link with John Cantú, a seasoned trailer editor in Universal’s Creative Operations. John shares how a childhood passion for music and movies evolved into a career in film editing. Discover the joy of seeing a movie through your child's eyes, the cultural resonance of comedy, and the meticulous craft behind your favorite movie trailers. Listen in as John shares insights from behind the scenes at NBCUniversal, illustrating how every cut can tell a powerful story.
Seen on Screen with Jacqueline Coley
"Seen on Screen" is your ticket to the personal narratives behind the scenes at Universal. Hosted by Jacqueline Coley, Awards Editor at Rotten Tomatoes, each episode invites you into lively conversations with NBCUniversal employees. Together, we explore how the magic of filmed entertainment impacts their lives.

With a blend of games and questions, Jacqueline guides us through a journey of cinematic discovery, asking guests to reflect on the films that have rocked their world, changed them forever, or even scared the daylights out of them. 

At Universal, we believe that behind every film, campaign, and award lies a human story waiting to be told. "Make It Universal" isn’t just a mantra – it’s a commitment to celebrating the diversity, individuality, and collective experiences that make us truly universal. From the directors to the executives, from the famous faces to the unsung heroes, every voice matters.

So, join us as we Make It Universal on "Seen on Screen," where every story is meaningful, every experience is relatable, and every moment is filled with magic. Because when art and entertainment connect with people on a human level, that's when the real magic happens.