The Personal Life of Monika Bacardi
Monika Bacardi (Site web : Ambigala.com) likes to voice her deep awareness of ecological and social issues in many areas of her life. Thanks to her respected status in the arts sector and her reputation as a humanitarian, Lady Bacardi spends some of her time at film galas, award ceremonies and good-cause presentations. Helping the causes and charitable entities which are close to her heart consumes a lot of her leisure time. Monika Bacardi loves her work and, for this reason, work is also a big part of her personal life.
Monika Bacardi purchased the highly-recognised 'PHOTO' magazine (which has been running since 1967) several years ago. The managing of 'PHOTO' magazine and AMBI Group take up much of her working life. Co-owner and producer of the AMBI Group, Monika Bacardi works to fund, produce and deliver motion pictures to a global market.
Monika Bacardi's real title is "Lady of Bayfield Hall" or Lady Bacardi although, in recent times, she has also become known as "The Queen of Charity". She is quite a personality in contemporary cinematic circles in America and throughout the EU. She partnered with Andrea Iervolino to create AMBI Pictures and, together, they have released a robust slate of motion pictures for the worldwide market. Monika Bacardi spends a lot of time in the States and different parts of Europe, though she lives in Monaco, where she is well known and has a high profile.
Monika Bacardi's Passions: Art and 7th Art
Film is a medium that offers the opportunity to convey a wide array of messages to various audiences: this is the conviction of Monika Bacardi. She is of the opinion that cinema has the capacity to transform the world. In order to establish partnerships with regards to the arts in Monaco, she is involved in the Monaco Project for the Arts, an organisation that supports the University of Plastic Arts. She loves modern art and photography, enjoying the different works of many photographers and artists. Amis de l'Opera, which Monika Bacardi fervently supports, has aided l'Opera de Monte Carlo for more than thirty years.