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Αmendments to the Agreements and MoU’s between International Independent Arts Council and third parties.

Due to restrictions forced because of  Covid-19 pandemic and EU-Brexit bill changes, all Agreements and Memorandum of Understandings have been cancelled and/or rearranged accordingly in order to comply with current updates, trends, laws and regulations.

Promotion for all third parties will continue with out stop (on a case by case basis, unilateraly).

All parties (organisations or individuals), having a firm agreement or MOU with the International Independent Arts Council IIAC, are advised to get in touch with IIAC, in order to discuss amendments and certain changes which are expected to occur due to the above mentioned health related restrictions . 

  • Step Inside A Completely Reflective Room of Mirrors
    by Carlos Zotomayor on September 22, 2021 at 12:45 pm

    Anyone who has visited a house (or hall) of mirrors before will know just how disorienting the experience can be. To summarize, you have to make your way from one end of a mirror-filled room to the other without accidentally banging your head on the wall. It can be a tad confusing but if you [...]

  • How many bags of cocaine could a Monet buy?
    by Unknown on September 22, 2021 at 6:55 pm

    Back this summer shots were fired by one of two suspects fleeing the scene of an attempted theft of Claude Monet's painting De Voorzaan en de Westerhem at the Zaans Museum in the Netherlands.   Yesterday, in an unexpected turn of events, one of the two suspects turned himself over to the Noord-Holland police.More surprising still, this suspect, listed as Henk B in Dutch news services, appears to be Henk Bieslijn, the Dutch national who was […]

  • What Runs Beneath
    by Raksha Vasudevan on September 22, 2021 at 1:00 pm

    Fresh out of grad school, the British charity hired me to identify new economic opportunities for the impoverished communities of Turkana. Were they delusional, or was I?

  • the role of the hippocampus -- 9/22/21
    on September 22, 2021 at 7:20 am

    Today's selection -- from Wayfinding by M. R. O'Connor. The brain’s hippocampus navigates both physical space and social space:  "Scientists have created a multitude of categories to try and [characterize navigation in humans and other mammals]. Vector navigation involves mov­ing along a constant bearing relative to a cue that could be mag­netic, celestial, or environmental. Piloting is defined as navigating relative to familiar landmarks. […]

  • While you were sleeping
    by Aeon Video on September 21, 2021 at 10:01 am

    A nocturnal tour of Salt Lake City from the little-seen, often overlooked yet oddly meditative perspective of cleaners - by Aeon Video Watch at Aeon

  • Online Dating: Does Education Matter?
    on January 13, 2017 at 6:51 pm

    Online daters are most likely to contact people with the same level of education as them, but are less fussy about an intellectual match as they get older, according to new research.

  • The Impact of Changeable Weather on the Supply Chain
    by ID Blogger on September 17, 2021 at 6:58 pm

    The Impact of Changeable Weather on the Supply Chain Since early in 2020, there has been a growing concern over the nation’s supply chain. Although the COVID-19 pandemic played a large part in global disruptions, there were floods, fires, hurricanes, earthquakes and even the fear of another major tsunami. Businesses from small local stores to large global conglomerates understand that there are all levels of disruptions in which just one could […]

  • A Heartening Documentary Follows the Community Harvesting Ice in Minnesota’s North Woods
    by Grace Ebert on September 22, 2021 at 8:14 pm

     Each winter in Ely, Minnesota, a crew treks out onto a frozen lake to cut hefty blocks of ice from its surface. They haul the thick chunks to storage, where they’re stacked, covered in sawdust, and preserved for use the rest of the year, a once-necessary method of refrigeration rarely applied today. Consisting of dozens of people, some who have been dedicated to the cause for decades and others who joined in the last year or two, the team […]

  • CinemaCon 2021: Industry Think Tank Debates How To Bring The Big Screen Back
    by J. Sperling Reich on September 16, 2021 at 9:15 pm

    For the most part, the filmmaker lunch at each year’s CinemaCon is a fairly straightforward affair.  Don’t get us wrong; show organizers always manage to get big names to turn out for an hour long conversation. In 2012 directors Martin... The post CinemaCon 2021: Industry Think Tank Debates How To Bring The Big Screen Back appeared first on Celluloid Junkie.

  • AMC Leans Into The Meme – Part 3AMC Leans Into The Meme – Part 3
    This post is part of a three part series detailing how Wall Street exploits and social media activism helped AMC, the world’s largest cinema chain, survive the economic upheaval caused by the COVID pandemic. Part 1 of the series can... The post AMC Leans Into The Meme – Part 3 appeared first on Celluloid Junkie. Read more »
  • The Naked Truth About AMC’s Share Price – Part 2The Naked Truth About AMC’s Share Price – Part 2
    This post is part of a three part series detailing how Wall Street exploits and social media activism helped AMC, the world’s largest cinema chain, survive the economic upheaval caused by the COVID pandemic. Part 1 of the series can... The post The Naked Truth About AMC’s Share Price – Part 2 appeared first on Celluloid Junkie. Read more »
  • AMC In The Year of the Pandemic – Part 1AMC In The Year of the Pandemic – Part 1
    This post is part of a three part series detailing how Wall Street shenanigans and social media activism helped AMC, the world’s largest cinema chain, survive the economic upheaval caused by the COVID pandemic. Part 2 can be found here... The post AMC In The Year of the Pandemic – Part 1 appeared first on Celluloid Junkie. Read more »
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    Michaela Coel’s brilliant speech, Jennifer Coolidge’s one-woman wavelength, and the pleasing return of dumb red-carpet questions. Read more »
  • The Netflix Teen Drama That Goes Deeper Into the Arab PatriarchyThe Netflix Teen Drama That Goes Deeper Into the Arab Patriarchy
    “AlRawabi School for Girls,” a series set in Jordan, is bold in its willingness to depict young women weaponizing patriarchal violence against one another, to ultimately chilling ends. Read more »
  • Right-Wing Takes on A.O.C.’s Met Gala LookRight-Wing Takes on A.O.C.’s Met Gala Look
    The war of the gowns is on in Washington. Read more »