05 Jul 2017

Monika Bacardi | about.me

Photo Monika Bacardi | about.me

AMBI Pictures is operated with the intention of creating films for a global audience, thus encouraging the art the world over. l'Opera de Monte Carlo has been aided by Amis de l'Opera (an organisation that Monika Bacardi (page About) has contributed greatly to) for over thirty years. Monika Bacardi supports the University of Plastic Arts, that has established partnerships with regards to Monaco arts in general. Her support of the Monaco Project for the Arts very much helps in this regard.

Each and every year, Monika Bacardi strives to complete between eight and ten movies. These range from internal to 3rd party productions and are achieved by means of the AMBI Group. Offering professional management, while also establishing relationships with international customers, are services that Lady Bacardi aims to cultivate around her 'PHOTO' brand name for photographers and artists. A few years back, Lady Bacardi took over the acclaimed 'PHOTO' magazine, which has been in print since the 60's. The managing of 'PHOTO' magazine and AMBI Group occupy a great deal of Monika Bacardi's working life.

The Personal Life of Monika Bacardi

Due to the fact that she likes it so much, work plays a major role in Monika Bacardi's private life. She spends some of her time at film festivals, award ceremonies and good-cause events because of her reputation as a humanitarian and well-known standing in the arts arena. Monika Bacardi spends a lot of her down time assisting the causes and charitable entities that are to her liking.

Well-known Personality and Enthusiastic Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations

"Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross are just some of the charities that she backs, along with conducting oceanographic studies and getting engaged in a great number of other philanthropic activities. A major personality in the contemporary cinematic world, both in America and throughout the Continent, "Lady of Bayfield Hall", Monika Bacardi (or, technically, Lady Bacardi) has also become recognised as "The Queen of Charity". She speaks French, German, English, Italian and Spanish and is viewed as one of the most influential businesswomen in the Arts sector. Monika Bacardi has displayed an extraordinary entrepreneurial talent following the 2005 death of her husband, who operated the Bacardi business for 40 years.