Inforg-M&M Film is a Budapest based, independent film production company, established in 2010 by producers András Muhi and Mónika Mécs – former leaders of INFORG STUDIO and M&M Film. The company’s aim is to produce arthouse movies and commercial feature films but also gives opportunity for documentaries, short films, animations and any kind of extreme genres.
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Mónika Mécs (born 17th of November 1967-) is a Hungarian film producer, and the founder
of Inforg-M&M Film production company.
In 2012 she won the Jury Grand Prix at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival with Just
the Wind, a Hungarian drama film, which was directed by Benedek Fliegauf. The film was
selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy
Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
In 2017 she won the Golden Bear in the main competition section of the 67th Berlin
International Film Festival with the Hungarian drama film On Body and Soul, which was
directed by Ildikó Enyedi.
With her husband , Ernő Mesterházy, who is also her partner-producer, they won further
prizes with On Body and Soul; such as the FIPRESCI prize and the Prize of the Ecumenical
Jury. The film was also selected as the Hungarian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film
and was nominated for the Oscar at the 90th Academy Awards.
The main female character Alexandra Borbély also won the European Actress award at the
European Film Awards for her performance in the film.
Ernő Mesterházy (1963) is a businessman, film producer, cultural manager and owns a
record company too, Bahia Music.
Mesterházy has been involved in the film industry since the early 90’s. Between 1993-
2002 he produced a document film-series in South-East Asia called “Indiék” with Gábor
Rohonyi, Nimród Antal and István Szaladják as the directors and István Szatmáry and
Péter Vajda as cameramen.
From 2007 together with his wife Mónika Mécs he actively participates in producing
feature films. The first significant success was 2007 film’s week surprise , where they won the audience’s vote with their film called “The End”. After this time period they received more Hungarian and International recognition and acknowledgement. One of the most significant national prizes Mesterházy won was with the Hungarian film called “Just the Wind”, which was directed by Benedek Fliegauf. The film competed at the 62nd Berlin International Film Festival, where it won the Jury Grand Prix.
In 2017 at the Berlin International Film Festival they won the won the Golden Bear in
the main competition section with their film called “On body and Soul” directed
by Ildikó Enyedi.
Furthermore the Sydney Film Festival wrapped up their 64th fest by naming “On Body
and Soul” as the winner of this year’s Sydney Film Prize.
Ernő Mesterházy was elected as a member of the European film academy for his film
productions in 2013.