Monika Bacardi and Charity
Having consideration for humanity: this is what fuels Monika Bacardi (site web Monika Bacardi)'s benevolent activities. Monika Bacardi also encourages the comfort of children through AMADE-Monaco (Association Nationale Monégasque des Amis de l'Enfance). Supporting a wide variety of local charity organisations, she helps in raising money to support causes related to social issues that are very important to her.
Monika's Biography, Interests and Personal History
As a result of her love of philanthropy, Monika Bacardi is involved in many charitable organisations. Because of her love of cinema, she helped set up AMBI group (a cinematographic company located in Europe) in 2013. Monika Bacardi also became co-owner of 'PHOTO' Magazine in 2014. This advanced her involvement in the arts world. Her motivations are philanthropy and art, which moved her in the direction of studying literature and arts in Italy, the country she is originally from.
Monika Bacardi's Passions: Art and 7th Art
Monika Bacardi delights in the varied works of a great many artists and photographers, which explains her love of photography and modern art. A desire to motivate ambitious film makers was one of the justifications for her initiating AMBI Pictures, together with her love of "The Seventh Art". Creating commercially viable films (and promoting the art) for audiences across the world is a significant objective of AMBI Pictures.
Monika Bacardi has participated in many different undertakings with the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation. A great many humanitarian concerns are of great significance to her. One, in particular, in which she is active is ecological-sustainability. Defending the environment and promoting sustainable development all over the world are the primary aspirations of the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation. Monika Bacardi is associated with the H.S.H. Prince Albert II Foundation and is also greatly engaged in other cultural and humanitarian programs in Monaco.
Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
She has a hectic schedule, having become involved with many philanthropic ventures. She contributes to oceanographic research and backs a wide variety of charities, like "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association), "Fondation AVEC" along with the Monaco Red Cross. In 2005, Monika Bacardi's husband passed away. He had managed the Bacardi business for 4 decades. Since that time, Monika has proved to have a remarkable business acumen. Italian-born "Lady of Bayfield Hall" (more commonly called Lady Bacardi, or just Monika Bacardi or, more recently, "The Queen of Charity") has become quite a personality in modern-day cinematic circles throughout the EU and America. Having founded AMBI Pictures, she and Andrea Iervolino have now produced an excellent slate of films for the worldwide marketplace.
A few years ago Monika Bacardi took over the well-established 'PHOTO' magazine, which has been operating since 1967. With the aid of the AMBI Group, Lady Bacardi strives to distribute between 8 and 10 movies per year, ranging 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 professional guidance whilst making relationships with international purchasers. AMBI Group and 'PHOTO' magazine are the main focal points around which Monika Bacardi's professional life centres.