Igor Vodráška is a Slovakian writer and filmmaker, born in 1983 and publishing under the name of Egor Indiani. His debut novella Rauš (Crunk) was published in 2014, with the main focus on subcultures, low life characters and fringe themes. In 2013, he released the guerrilla documentary DFF: Lost in Poland. In 2017, he produced another guerrilla film, a one-man project Curanderos. During 2015-2017 he wrote his second novel Bravo Bravo published in early 2018. In this year, he also started to produce music videos. He is currently based in Prague, Czech Republic.