Florian Habicht studied filmmaking at the Elam School of Fine Arts and Binger Filmlab, Amsterdam. He is an innovative and prolific filmmaker. His films have been distributed in over 18 countries. His hybrid NYC romance Love Story opened the New Zealand International Film Festival in 2011. When Love Story screened at the London Film Festival, Jarvis Cocker of British group Pulp invited Florian to make a music film about Pulp and their last concert in hometown Sheffield. Pulp: a Film about Life, Death & Supermarkets premiered at SXSW and opened Sheffield Doc/Fest in 2014. It won Best Music Film at the NME Awards in 2015. Florian’s film Kaikohe Demolition 2004, a portrait of a small struggling town with a big heart, is one of New Zealand’s most entertaining and loved documentaries. TVNZ OnDemand is currently streaming 4 of Florian’s films on their Pulse channel. Other career highlights include winning the Best Decorated Bicycle Award at Paihia Primary School in 1982.