The Nitrate Diva’s alter ego—or is it the other way around?—Nora Fiore works in the UX industry while flirting with classic movies in her spare time. She lives in Vermont and enjoys describing herself in the third person.
After graduating from Middlebury College in 2012, Nora started blogging about film to avoid losing her mind. It didn’t work. But she has been quoted on the subject of classic movies by Newsweek, the L.A. Times, and Vox.com. So, there’s that.
She has contributed to Olive Films and Arrow Academy Blu-ray releases. Her film-related writing has been featured by Freshly Pressed, Flicker Alley, the Criterion Daily, and the San Francisco Silent Film Festival, among others.
If you wish to contact Nora, you may do so at your own risk here: nitratediva [at] gmail.com.
- Nora is available for hire to write about topics related to film or television (or heavy metalworking machinery, she knows a lot about that, no joke). She can also make GIFs and balloon animals (not simultaneously, however).
- She accepts copies of films made before 1965 to review on this site.
- No marriage proposals, please. Nora is in a committed relationship with Raymond Chandler’s prose.
- This blog does not host sponsored content or guest posts. Nora usually does not promote festivals or events that she does not plan to attend. Unless it involves nitrate, then she probably won’t be able to resist.