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    The Future came before the...
    Now playing SpaceCollective
    Where forward thinking terrestrials share ideas and information about the state of the species, their planet and the universe, living the lives of science fiction. Introduction
    Featuring Powers of Ten by Charles and Ray Eames, based on an idea by Kees Boeke.
    DOES THE UNIVERSE SPEAK MEANING?

    HAVING SURVIVED MILLIONS OF YEARS
    With the same innocence and oblivion of a newborn arriving into the world, we have emerged into this unknown uncertain universe. Stunned by its expanding grandiosity, we have gradually yet subconsciously shed all unnecessary genes and upgraded our physical essence through our information processing mechanism. And so, in order to survive this ever-so-evolving, unforgiving rock, we have consistently changed and are still changing with it.

    ANXIETY OF WHAT WE ARE
    Anxious to understand what we are and what it is all about, yet never told. We have searched deep within and without for inexplicable answers. And as our consciousness freshly gained ground and allowed for us to be aware of being aware, our desperation for filling the ultimate void got even more aggressive. When we didn't find answers, we took risks and made discoveries. We deduced assumptions, then stored them up in intangible forms, within our minds— Into collections of easily retrievable, consented by, stories— A Human perspective of what the dark unknown may be. Ergo, Meaning: The iconic term which has become the essence of our existence and our most valuable and vital of commodities. Traded daily amongst the most aware savants and greatest risk takers, then trickling down through the rest of us. Meaning allows us, as a species, a sense, a position and a temporary identity within the evolving truth.

    THE FLEETING TRUTH
    And so continues our adventure— Man’s Journey into understanding. The path through the ever-so-fleeting truth. Insatiably exploring the unknown, insatiably building a road map for ourselves and future generations and insatiably uncovering our evolving place in the universe.

    THE UNIVERSE DOES NOT SPEAK MEANING
    Consequently, this makes us reconsider the preconceived notion that meaning is an external database which we are gradually conquering as part of our journey through the truth vacuum. It is now clear that meaning is not an external library of knowledge but is, instead, our subjective road map into enlightenment. Meaning is our ingenious ability to map and make available to share. It is one of our most innovative, progressive skills, and most vital for our survival— For without it, we wouldn't have stood a chance of competing with other species in dominating this environment while existing in it. Meaning is our own creation.

    MEANING IS OUR OPINION OF THE UNIVERSE
    Meaning is our own look through the Human lense. A series of agreed upon stories that unite us, give us direction and consolidate our efforts so that we could explore this harsh universe all together. Allowing us a chance of living long enough to uncovering deeper universal secrets. Meaning is why we evolve. Meaning is us. We are meaning.




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    Resources
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    https://vimeo.com/ayoubqanir
    http://www.behance.net/AyoubQanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ann-reynolds/ayoub-qanir-finds-meaning_b_3545901.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    https://www.facebook.com/AyoubQanir1
    http://www.firstshowing.net/2013/watch-sci-fi-koyakatsi-proof-of-concept-trailer-by-ayoub-qanir/
    http://www.seriouswonder.com/qa-with-koyakatsi-creator-ayoub-qanir
    http://spacecollective.org/index.php?page=personal&action=entry-detail&pid=8859&uc=3CkbcN8y&startRow=
    http://elitedaily.com/money/entrepreneurship/ayoub-qanir-keeps-it-futuristic-in-koyakatsi/
    http://showbizcafe.com/koyakatsi-coolest-trailer-2013/
    http://upandcomingyoungsters.tumblr.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/ayoubqanirbyalbertruso
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    Memory is the process in which information is encoded, stored, and retrieved.
    Captured on film camera: 1935 Rolleiflex RF 111A
    FIlm: Ilford Delta 3200/120


    Ayoub Qanir is an American film director, writer and industrial designer best known for his award winning short film series Human After All, featuring French music duo Daft Punk. Ayoub is currently working on his debut feature project, Koyakatsi, recently filmed in Warsaw, Poland. He is also a fellow at the Association of Computing Machinery.


    Ayoub Qanir References
    http://spacecollective.org/lilialuciano/8882/Tilt-Your-Reality-With-Film-Director-Ayoub-Qanir
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_Qanir
    https://vimeo.com/ayoubqanir
    http://www.behance.net/AyoubQanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ann-reynolds/ayoub-qanir-finds-meaning_b_3545901.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    https://www.facebook.com/AyoubQanir1
    http://www.firstshowing.net/2013/watch-sci-fi-koyakatsi-proof-of-concept-trailer-by-ayoub-qanir/
    http://www.seriouswonder.com/qa-with-koyakatsi-creator-ayoub-qanir
    http://spacecollective.org/index.php?page=personal&action=entry-detail&pid=8859&uc=3CkbcN8y&startRow=
    http://elitedaily.com/money/entrepreneurship/ayoub-qanir-keeps-it-futuristic-in-koyakatsi/
    http://showbizcafe.com/koyakatsi-coolest-trailer-2013/
    http://upandcomingyoungsters.tumblr.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/ayoubqanirbyalbertruso
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    Memories is a campaign-collaboration between film director Ayoub Qanir and photographer Albert Ruso on the social cognition and its impact on memory.





    Ayoub Qanir is an American film director, writer and industrial designer best known for his award winning short film series Human After All, featuring French music duo Daft Punk. Ayoub is currently working on his debut feature project, Koyakatsi, recently filmed in Warsaw, Poland. He is also a fellow at the Association of Computing Machinery.





    Ayoub Qanir References
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_Qanir
    https://vimeo.com/ayoubqanir
    http://www.behance.net/AyoubQanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ann-reynolds/ayoub-qanir-finds-meaning_b_3545901.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    https://www.facebook.com/AyoubQanir1
    http://www.firstshowing.net/2013/watch-sci-fi-koyakatsi-proof-of-concept-trailer-by-ayoub-qanir/
    http://www.seriouswonder.com/qa-with-koyakatsi-creator-ayoub-qanir
    http://spacecollective.org/index.php?page=personal&action=entry-detail&pid=8859&uc=3CkbcN8y&startRow=
    http://elitedaily.com/money/entrepreneurship/ayoub-qanir-keeps-it-futuristic-in-koyakatsi/
    http://showbizcafe.com/koyakatsi-coolest-trailer-2013/
    http://upandcomingyoungsters.tumblr.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/ayoubqanirbyalbertruso
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    CONCEPT + DESIGN

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    Ayoub Qanir


    Ayoub Qanir is an American film director, writer and industrial designer best known for his award winning short film series Human After All, featuring French music duo Daft Punk. Ayoub is currently working on his debut feature project, Koyakatsi, recently filmed in Warsaw, Poland. He is also a fellow at the Association of Computing Machinery.





    Ayoub Qanir References
    http://spacecollective.org/lilialuciano/8882/Tilt-Your-Reality-With-Film-Director-Ayoub-Qanir
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_Qanir
    https://vimeo.com/ayoubqanir
    http://www.behance.net/AyoubQanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ann-reynolds/ayoub-qanir-finds-meaning_b_3545901.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    https://www.facebook.com/AyoubQanir1
    http://www.firstshowing.net/2013/watch-sci-fi-koyakatsi-proof-of-concept-trailer-by-ayoub-qanir/
    http://www.seriouswonder.com/qa-with-koyakatsi-creator-ayoub-qanir
    http://spacecollective.org/index.php?page=personal&action=entry-detail&pid=8859&uc=3CkbcN8y&startRow=
    http://elitedaily.com/money/entrepreneurship/ayoub-qanir-keeps-it-futuristic-in-koyakatsi/
    http://showbizcafe.com/koyakatsi-coolest-trailer-2013/
    http://upandcomingyoungsters.tumblr.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/ayoubqanirbyalbertruso
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    Film Director Ayoub Qanir


    Some of filmmaker Ayoub Qanir’s fondest memories are of nights spent watching movies at his best friend’s house while growing up in Casablanca, Morocco. It was then that he discovered his love for the fantastical plots of movies like Metropolis, the 1927 German expressionist science-fiction film that put director Fritz Lang on the map. Little did Qanir know that those childhood favorites would later become inspirations for his own budding career in cinema.

    “I was blown away by these films and started making my own at age 11 in my backyard,” says Qanir, also a writer and industrial designer now living in Miami. “But I eventually had to let it go and became a family kid doing normal stuff because my dad, who was a civil engineer and entrepreneur, just wasn’t into it.”

    After finishing school in Madrid, Qanir moved to America in 2001 to study finance at UM, but making movies remained foremost in his mind. Away from his family and inspired by the anything-goes spirit of college, he soon began experimenting with film again, starting with small documentaries to develop his voice as a filmmaker. “I realized I had this passion for style and design, mixing science with storylines about love and romance,” he says. “[Regardless], the lead character has to get the beautiful girl in the end.”

    Upon graduation, he moved to California to study film direction and production in L.A., where it didn’t take him long to find work. His stylish approach caught the eye of the indie rock band Hypernova and Qanir ended up directing three of the group’s videos, all the while tackling other writing and directing gigs. One of these was the award-winning short film series Human After All, an existential riff on humanity set 3.7 billion years in the future and featuring the electronic music of the French duo Daft Punk.

    He goes even further in his newest project, Koyakatsi, which he wrote, directed, produced and shot two years ago in Poland with a crew of 50. Now in post-production, the short film explores the dangers of pushing the boundaries of digital organisms while integrating elements of art and science in the storytelling. “I wanted this one to be built around an original blueprint,” he says, “to go against the grain and build my story from the sciences up and not the other way around.” With its otherworldly backdrops and sensual musical integration, Koyakatsi is a testament to Qanir’s talent and eye for the unusual. The references to artificial life and unknown organisms that inform the film are not accidental—the director is currently enrolled in a nanoscience graduate program through Harvard University. After that it’s off to Poland again for work on another project, Input Output (IO), a feature he wrote about the ways human life and computers share the same energy that he hopes will finally make it to the big screen.

    “Going forward I am hoping to interest bankable stars so we can get a large studio behind us with the millions of dollars it takes to make films like this,” says Qanir. “I want to entertain and educate and open our eyes to a bigger world.”


    Ayoub Qanir is an American film director, writer and industrial designer best known for his award winning short film series Human After All, featuring French music duo Daft Punk. Ayoub is currently working on his debut feature project, Koyakatsi, recently filmed in Warsaw, Poland. He is also a fellow at the Association of Computing Machinery.





    Ayoub Qanir References
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_Qanir
    https://vimeo.com/ayoubqanir
    http://www.behance.net/AyoubQanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ann-reynolds/ayoub-qanir-finds-meaning_b_3545901.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    https://www.facebook.com/AyoubQanir1
    http://www.firstshowing.net/2013/watch-sci-fi-koyakatsi-proof-of-concept-trailer-by-ayoub-qanir/
    http://www.seriouswonder.com/qa-with-koyakatsi-creator-ayoub-qanir
    http://spacecollective.org/index.php?page=personal&action=entry-detail&pid=8859&uc=3CkbcN8y&startRow=
    http://elitedaily.com/money/entrepreneurship/ayoub-qanir-keeps-it-futuristic-in-koyakatsi/
    http://showbizcafe.com/koyakatsi-coolest-trailer-2013/
    http://upandcomingyoungsters.tumblr.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/ayoubqanirbyalbertruso
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    Ayoub Qanir on the cover of Tomorrow Land Magazine


    1. Tell us about yourself a little. Where do you come from – where is your name from, I mean…what was your childhood/family like – and what do you want to be when you grow up?

    I was born in Casablanca then grew up in Madrid, Spain. Since early on, I have always been fascinated by all things film— From American neo-escapism and fantasy adventures to French renaissance cinema from the likes of auteurs Jean Luc Godard and Jean Renoir.

    I have always been drawn to epic adventures with a natural sense of style, films like Andre Hunebelle’s Fantomas (1967) or Zemeckis’ Back to The Future (1985)— Pictures that filled you with a sense of drive and journey. Stories that instilled so deep in me the feeling and urge to re-create those same emotion-filled images of courage and bravery for future generation of moviegoers, wishing to become part of a greater loop.

    At a very young age, I begun making shorts with my best friends in my backyard, using my parents’ HandyCam. Always trying to depict a hero unaccepting of his conditions, pushed into unfamiliar grounds through immense challenges, trying to impose his vision.

    I truly believe the best films are the ones embedded with a notion, whether it be a thought the filmmaker is trying to make aware or a sense of fearlessness we feel when we take the intrepid ride with the lead character, the knight.

    In a way mimicking the raw Human initiative into greatness.



    2. I think I read once that one should go to college first to study for a career and then go back and study what one loves. I am going to guess that has been your trajectory?


    In a sense, yes. Though, I would have to call it a natural evolution and almost an inevitable path; Starting with a Bachelor’s degree in Management and Entrepreneurship with a minor in Finance, then flowing into Art Direction, Graphic Design, Music mixing to end with a degree in Film Direction from the Lee Strasberg School in Los Angeles.

    Having acquired the skill to ignite entrepreneurial value and maximize budgets through my business studies at the University of Miami, my film productions and endeavors have had great help.

    I truly feel my background in business and finance has made my push through the entangled film business a smoother one. Additionally, my current pursuit of further education in Nanotechnology at the graduate program of Harvard University is facilitating my understanding of high concept scientific research and synthesis.



    3. Up until now your calling card has been your series Human After All, which features Daft Punk. Tell us about those shorts and how you came to work with Daft friggin’ Punk?

    I would not go as much as to call it a calling card, though I did have a great time working with the people behind the Punks and the Lemon Book to achieve a great musical and futurist piece; Depicting a future where all that is left of mankind is information stored and safeguarded by being launched into space. Subsequently, naming the series Human After All was in homage to Daft Punk’s record of the same name.

    It all started when the Editors at the Lemon Magazine offered me to join the team as a creative director. Once in, I saw an opportunity to shed light on their lucid past issues and books, and so the collaboration begun. Two arduous years later, the series and the three shorts were born— Titled; Man, Love and Nature.



    4. What is Koyakatsi?

    Koyakatsi, the title, was conceived of with the ancient Uto-Aztecan Hopi language, meaning: Life in Balance.
    The film-project is a proposal for a new shape of media— A narrative that expands into several forms and outlets.

    Additionally, Koyakatsi is, in a way, an attempt to conquer a challenge of how can an independent filmmaker create a high concept project with scope and value.

    WIth Koyakatsi, I am also trying to expose novel and ventured scientific data and discoveries under a coat of appeal and robotic marvel— Humankind’s ambitions and achievables under one roof.

    Today, after two long years of development and production, I am confident to say we were able to create an original world filled with science, grit and magic. Koyakatsi is now out of our hands as we will patiently allow for it to grow and connect with its audience.



    5. Watching the Koyakatsi concept trailer I got a Kerry Conran vibe…you know, the guy who made Sky Captain and the World of Tomorrow? I mean, obviously, you’re creating this world using some cutting-edge technology, but, like Conran, you have this awesome and thoroughly modern indie feel. Tell us about your approach to filmmaking, give us an insight into the making of Koyakatsi.


    The process started when I wrote a 120 pages (120 minutes) script based on my research on the break into augmented intelligence. Then took my script and partnered with Swedish fantasy painter, Kilian Eng, who assisted me in conceiving of the world and concept scenes for Koyakatsi. Phase three, was to process and synthesize all the canvases with Norwegian design studio, Toxic.

    Once the mood and style of Koyakatsi were established, I traveled to Warsaw, Poland, to connect with a brilliant visual effects supervisor and his agency, Brasil production, who introduced me to newly developed CGI softwares; autodesk Softimage and Octane Render with which we built our super realistic sets.

    The challenge was to avoid any sci-fi notions or designs and keep the world of Koyakatsi grounded in familiar landscapes and aesthetics.


    6. Who are your influences, who do you want to work with, where do you want to go with your film career? Is the goal to turn Koyakatsi into a feature-length film? Is a Kickstarter on the horizon?


    My true ambition is to develop a visual language that understands and connects with a generation and subsequently be able to bring-in real value to our socio-sphere.

    As a filmmaker, you wish to be as relevant as the audience willing to absorb your work. I am hoping to one day have as subtle an influence into world intellect as did great minds and auteurs Claude Sautet, Jean-Pierre Melville, Jean-Luc Godard, David Lean or Michael Curtis.

    At this moment, I am allowing for Koyakatsi to breathe, for a second, as we consider options within the studio system. Later on, we will see what other options emerge.





    Ayoub Qanir is an American film director, writer and industrial designer best known for his award winning short film series Human After All, featuring French music duo Daft Punk. Ayoub is currently working on his debut feature project, Koyakatsi, recently filmed in Warsaw, Poland. He is also a fellow at the Association of Computing Machinery.





    Ayoub Qanir References
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_Qanir
    https://vimeo.com/ayoubqanir
    http://www.behance.net/AyoubQanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ann-reynolds/ayoub-qanir-finds-meaning_b_3545901.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    https://www.facebook.com/AyoubQanir1
    http://www.firstshowing.net/2013/watch-sci-fi-koyakatsi-proof-of-concept-trailer-by-ayoub-qanir/
    http://www.seriouswonder.com/qa-with-koyakatsi-creator-ayoub-qanir
    http://spacecollective.org/index.php?page=personal&action=entry-detail&pid=8859&uc=3CkbcN8y&startRow=
    http://elitedaily.com/money/entrepreneurship/ayoub-qanir-keeps-it-futuristic-in-koyakatsi/
    http://showbizcafe.com/koyakatsi-coolest-trailer-2013/
    http://upandcomingyoungsters.tumblr.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/ayoubqanirbyalbertruso




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    Ayoub Qanir is an American film director, writer and industrial designer best known for his award winning short film series Human After All, featuring French music duo Daft Punk. Ayoub is currently working on his debut feature project, Koyakatsi, recently filmed in Warsaw, Poland. He is also a fellow at the Association of Computing Machinery.





    Ayoub Qanir References
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_Qanir
    https://vimeo.com/ayoubqanir
    http://www.behance.net/AyoubQanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/ann-reynolds/ayoub-qanir-finds-meaning_b_3545901.html
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    https://www.facebook.com/AyoubQanir1
    http://www.firstshowing.net/2013/watch-sci-fi-koyakatsi-proof-of-concept-trailer-by-ayoub-qanir/
    http://www.seriouswonder.com/qa-with-koyakatsi-creator-ayoub-qanir
    http://spacecollective.org/index.php?page=personal&action=entry-detail&pid=8859&uc=3CkbcN8y&startRow=
    http://elitedaily.com/money/entrepreneurship/ayoub-qanir-keeps-it-futuristic-in-koyakatsi/
    http://showbizcafe.com/koyakatsi-coolest-trailer-2013/
    http://upandcomingyoungsters.tumblr.com/
    https://www.facebook.com/ayoubqanirbyalbertruso
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    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_qanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    http://www.koyakatsi-movie.com/
    http://www.behance.net/gallery/KOYAKATSI/4523717
    http://www.cns.fas.harvard.edu/
     http://www.cns.fas.harvard.edu/about/cns_management_team.php/ 
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    SUMMARY
    Life is never what it seems.
    Family, Friends, Love; all are taken for granted, appearing constant in ones youth — no matter what, they will always be there for comfort and support, through good and bad. But one day all of that changed for Daniel; he found himself blown into a whole new world of chaos, madness, and adventure. Abandoned by his family and former life, Daniel has lost everything; now he must do what is necessary to survive and fulfill his destiny.

    STORY
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    References
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ayoub_qanir
    http://www.imdb.com/name/nm5119913/
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/jason-silva/koyakatsi-film_b_1965107.html
    http://www.koyakatsi-movie.com/
    http://www.behance.net/gallery/KOYAKATSI/4523717
    http://www.cns.fas.harvard.edu/
     http://www.cns.fas.harvard.edu/about/cns_management_team.php 
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