Nora Gully is Post Production and Preservation Associate at Kartemquin Films, where she serves as a post production supervisor, editor and assistant editor for projects in production. She also helps produce DVDs for release, manages film festival distribution traffic, and ensures the preservation of films from the Kartemquin Archive.
Nora worked on The Interrupters for two years as assistant editor and subsequently as post-production supervisor and delivered it to national and international broadcasters, including PBS Frontline. She simultaneously worked on Kartemquin Films' A Good Man and Ruthless Films' Tony & Janina's American Wedding.
She has also facilitated Kartemquin's 16mm film preservation efforts and has secured two consecutive grants from the National Film Preservation Foundation for The Chicago Maternity Center Story, Trick Bag, and Now We Live on Clifton, as well as a New York Women in Film and Television grant for Women's Voices: The Gender Gap Movie.
Nora was previously a video producer for Four Corners Media and the Financial Times, an assistant editor at Ark Media, and a multimedia designer at PBS member station WHYY in Philadelphia. Nora studied art history and film theory at Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania and at the Sorbonne Nouvelle in Paris.