Finding funding for, producing and distributing motion pictures to an international market are things that Monika Bacardi (youtube.com) accomplishes as co-founder and producer of the AMBI Group. Offering professional guidance, while establishing connections with international customers, are services that Monika Bacardi strives to build up around her 'PHOTO' brand name for photographers and artists. Success in being a major supplier of popular motion pictures for studios and major distributors around the globe is what the AMBI Group strives for.
Owing to her passion for film, she helped set up AMBI group (a company specialising in cinematography headquartered in Europe) in 2013. After marrying into the Bacardi family, Monika Bacardi was named Lady of Bayfield Hall. Monika Bacardi is involved in many charities and non-profit organisations, due to her love of philanthropy.
Enthusiastic Contributor to Associative, Cinematic and Cultural Movements/Associations
Having opened AMBI Pictures, she and Andrea Iervolino have now produced an impressive slate of films for the global market. She has also become involved with a wide variety of beneficent activities, supporting numerous charitable groups, such as "Fondation AVEC", "amfAR" (Making AIDS History Association) and the Monaco Red Cross, whilst also carrying out oceanographic studies. A leading personality in today's cinematic world, both in America and throughout the EU, "Lady of Bayfield Hall", Monika Bacardi (or, technically, Lady Bacardi) has also become recognised as "The Queen of Charity".
Because she loves it so much, work plays a major role in Monika Bacardi's personal life. Due to her well-known status in the arts community and her status as a humanitarian, Lady Bacardi devotes some of her time to film galas, award ceremonies and good-cause occasions. Many charitable entities and causes are close to her heart, so Monika Bacardi spends much of her leisure time supporting them.
Seventh Art and Art - Monika Bacardi's Passions
Film can change the world: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She believes that cinema is an art form that can offer the opportunity to bring diverse messages to a vast range of audiences. Monika Bacardi is involved in the Monaco Project for the Arts, which helps to support the University of Plastic Arts and establish partnerships with regards to the arts in Monaco. With a desire to promote the art of cinema around the world, AMBI Pictures produces commercial films for viewers across the globe.