Monika Bacardi - Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements
In the year 2005, Monika Bacardi (cliquez ici pour lire) 's husband died. He had run the Bacardi business for 40 years. Since that time, she has proved to have a remarkable entrepreneurial flair. Monika Bacardi's actual title is "Lady of Bayfield Hall" or Lady Bacardi although, more recently, she has also become known as "The Queen of Charity". She is quite a personality in contemporary cinematic circles in America and throughout Europe. Additionally, she has become involved with a good number of philanthropic activities, helping many charities, like "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross, whilst also conducting oceanographic studies. Having set up AMBI Pictures, she and Andrea Iervolino have now released a robust list of motion pictures for the international market.
The Principality of Monaco's cultural and humanitarian issues are things that Monika Bacardi is very much involved in. She is a member of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Monika Bacardi's humanitarian concerns are many, but one particular area in which she is active is environmental-durability. Protecting our habitat and publicising sustainable development worldwide are the fundamental goals of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation.
Biography, Activities, Personal Background, Passions
Because of her love of cinema, she set up AMBI group (a company specialising in cinematography based in Europe) in 2013. After marrying into the Bacardi family, Monika Bacardi received the name of Lady of Bayfield Hall. Monika Bacardi is involved in many charitable organisations, owing to her willingness to help people. A deep love for philanthropy and art is what inspired her to study arts and literature in her country of birth, Italy.
By using the AMBI Group, Monika Bacardi attempts to distribute between eight and ten movies every year, covering anything from internal to third party productions. Her 'PHOTO' brand name for photographers and artists is something around which she aims to build up services, offering vocational guidance whilst facilitating relationships with foreign buyers. To be a major supplier of mainstream movies for studios and major distributors around the world is the goal of the AMBI Group. AMBI Group and 'PHOTO' magazine are the two primary areas around which Monika Bacardi's working life revolves.
In order to establish partnerships with regards to the arts in Monaco, Monika Bacardi participates in the Monaco Project for the Arts, an organisation that supports the University of Plastic Arts. Photography and contemporary art are her passions; she enjoys the work of many recognised artists and photographers. One reason she created AMBI Pictures is that she wanted to encourage the success of young filmmakers, on account of her passion for "The Seventh Art" (Cinema). Amis de l'Opera, which Monika Bacardi eagerly supports, has for thirty years, assisted l'Opera de Monte Carlo.