Attila Dávid, Molnár (37) director, natural history filmmaker Qualified microbiologist (M.Sc. degree) and television programme producer (B.Sc. degree). At the age of 11 he made an animation film on S8mm film entitled as Evolution. His career in filmmaking started with amateur underwater films like Birth of the Seahorse (1993) and Sea Stories (1994). He was in high-school when MTV (Hungarian Public Television) broadcasts his first professional short documentary series Empire of Jadran (1994). In 1996 he founded ECOFilm Society, and from 1998 (onwards) he is assigned as translator-scientific editor of the factual channel Spektrum Television (broadcasting in Hungarian and Czech language). In 1999 he joins Hungary's most prestigious popular science magazine, the DELTA Scientific News. In 2003 he worked on Antarctica as an underwater cameraman of the 1st Hungarian Scientific and Filming Expedition. In 2003 and in 2005 he was the assigned journalist of National Geographic Hungary and wrote 2 feature articles on the underwater world of Papua New Guinea for the magazine. In 2005 his first one-hour feature documentary Wolfwatching received awards on national and international film festivals. In 2007 he founded Filmjungle Society with fellow producer-cameraman-director Zsolt Marcell Tóth. In 2010 he is elected as Emerging Producer by the Bursary Programme of World Congress of Science and Factual Producers. In 2010 his original programme proposal The Invisible Wildlife Photographer was commissioned by Spektrum Television and 2012 saw the television premiere of the series in Hungary and the Czech Republic (with the title Ptačí paparazzi ). The series earned multiple awards at international festivals like JWFF, IWFF, Naturvision, Matsalu and Envirofilm. By 2014 Filmjungle became Hungary's biggest and most productive documentary production company releasing about 7 to 10 hours of original natural history, wildlife and scientific documentary each year.