Nature`s I.Q. 
Smart Animals Challenge Darwin


Krisztina Danka is in South India on the set of the Bazaar series
Istvan Tasi presents the extraordinary  abilities of the porcupine  fish
Zoltan Szekeres
Andrea Vas

Writing / Editing

Krisztina Danka, PhD – Producer, Director, Writer

A literary studies scholar, an activist, cultural diplomat and filmmaker. She possesses a Ph.D. in Comparative Literary Studies and Indian Aesthetics from the University of Budapest, and a Certificate in Screenwriting from New York University. As a college lecturer she has been teaching Indian literature and media communications since 1998. She is the Executive Director of Karuna Productions ( She is the writer-producer of 25 documentaries, author of 3 books, and dozens of articles. Her documentaries related to environmental, humanitarian, human rights, religious and minority issues, interfaith dialogue, Indian spirituality and culture, have been broadcast on six international television channels. Go to her filmography:

Istvan Tasi – Writer, Contributor

A cultural anthropologist. His main research areas are the relationship of science and spirituality and the European history of science in the 19th century. He is a regular lecturer at the Synthesis Open University.  He is the author of three books and several hundred articles and papers published in daily newspapers as well as academic journals, including the Hungarian Academy of Science. He is co-author of Nature's IQ, which was awarded the "Best Scientific Book of the Year" by USA Book News in 2009.

Zoltán Szekeres – Editor


Began his editing career at the Polaris Ltd. in Budapest in 1998, where he worked as studio manager until 2008. Between 2008 and 2010 he edited several dozen episodes for TV shows running on three international channels in Central Europe - TV Paprika, Film Museum, and Deko TV. Since 2010 he has been working for Chello Media Europe, the Life Network and Ozone Network.


Andrea Vas - Translator

She has been teaching English for ten years. She started translating books from English into Hungarian in 2000, and attended a course on translation in Hungarovox Studio in 2010, where now she is studying film dubbing.