Fiction Feature Film

by Florian Pochlatko

Written & Directed by: Florian Pochlakto
Producers: Oliver Neumann, Sabine Moser
Production: FreibeuterFilm


How to be Normal is an arthouse superhero film, a black coming-of-age comedy and a bitterly serious drama about the mechanism of psychiatric illness. A film that deals with this destructive force as it affects the surroundings of the people involved – and also contemplates the question of what it means in 2022 to have to grow up at last.

Florian Pochlatko is an Austrian Filmmaker and works in the field of film directing, script, editing and operator.
Grew up in Graz, studied film directing in the Film Academy in Vienna, attended Michael Haneke’s course. Also studied Critical Studies at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna in
Diedrich Diederichsen’s course. Received the Bka scholarship in 2016. Shot music clips for Zebra Katz, Leila Arab, Königleopold, Wanda and many more.
His works were selected for numerous international film festivals and were awarded
e.g. the Austrian Film Award, Diagonale Prize for the Best Short Film and the Austrian Prize for the Best Music Clip.
2016 – Der Himmel über Wien (Lemo) – Music Clip

2015 – God of Ghosts_Nu Renegade (Zebra Katz ft. Leila) – Experimental Film

2014 – A church of dreams and broken hearts – Experimental Found Footage Film

2012 – Erdbeerland – Short Film

2012 – Sattelite Sky (Bunny Lake) – Music Clip

2010 – Eisberg – Short Film

2006 – Running Sushi – Short Film


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