Monika Bacardi (http://about.me/monikabacardi) works to fund, produce and deliver films to an international market in her role as co-founder and producer of the AMBI Group. She bought the prestigious 'PHOTO' magazine (which has been running since the sixties) a number of years ago. Providing vocational guidance, whilst establishing connections with international buyers, are services that Lady Bacardi tries to establish around her 'PHOTO' brand name for photographers and artists. Every single year, Monika Bacardi attempts to produce between 8 and 10 films. These range from in-house to 3rd party productions and are achieved via the AMBI Group.
Monika Bacardi - Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements
A leading personality in today's cinematic world, both in the States and throughout the Continent, "Lady of Bayfield Hall", Monika Bacardi (or, technically, Lady Bacardi) is also referred to as "The Queen of Charity". She spends much of her time in the United States and various parts of Europe, though she lives in Monaco, where she is well known and has a high profile. "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross are just some of the many charitable organisations that she supports, along with conducting oceanographic studies and being engaged in countless other philanthropic pursuits. Her husband was head of the Bacardi business for four decades before passing away in 2005. Since then, Monika Bacardi has revealed an extraordinary entrepreneurial talent.
Monika Bacardi is a great believer in the promotion of environmentally-friendly behaviour and this is one of the primary reasons that she supports the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Monika has been involved in quite a few projects with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. Ecological-durability is one of the large number of humanitarian areas in which Lady Bacardi is involved. Being greatly associated with the Principality of Monaco's cultural and humanitarian activities, Monika Bacardi is an avid supporter of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation.
She is a co-founder of the AMBI group, which was set up in 2013, owing to her love of cinema. The AMBI group is a cinematographic business headquartered in Europe. Monika Bacardi has lived in Monaco for over two decades. She was born in Italy. Having discovered a deep enthusiasm for art and philanthropy, she pursued studies in literature and arts there. Monika Bacardi is involved in many charities and non-profit organisations, due to her willingness to help people.
Art and 7th Art - Monika Bacardi's Passions
Monika Bacardi is involved in the Monaco Project for the Arts, helping to support the University of Plastic Arts and encourage artistic partnerships in Monaco. Keen to contribute to the art of cinema the world over, AMBI Pictures creates commercially viable films for audiences across the globe. Modern art and photography are her passions; she enjoys the varied works of many photographers and artists. Film is an art form that offers a chance to convey a wide array of messages to varied audiences: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She holds the opinion that cinema can change the world.
Because she loves it so much, work plays a big part in Monika Bacardi's personal life. Given how renowned she is in the arts sector, along with her standing as a humanitarian, Monika Bacardi participates in many charitable events, film galas and award gatherings. She thinks that one should stay uplifted and endeavour to live life with a happy face.