24th April 2014

Kalectiv is

A collaboration of filmmakers and digital artists producing Content solutions for advertisers and agencies.

As mass media consumption continues to fragment and social media grows in influence, Content is becoming a key driver of brand engagement and word-of-mouth.

We develop rich, original content solutions to fuel brand relationships with consumers, and the media strategy for reaching them across online, mobile and broadcast platforms.

With our extensive group of creative talent we have the flexibility to select the best professionals for the brief:  a unique collaboration of filmmakers, photographers, storytellers and digital artists, coming together to tell a brand's story distinctively across multiple media platforms.

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News

  1. Kalectiv announce the inception of the ‘Don’t Vote Party’

    Kalectiv are pleased to announce the inception of the ‘Don’t Vote Party’  - whose goal is to harness the support of the disaffected in order to send elected members to the House of Commons where they will embark on a programme of elected disobedience by refusing to take part in any votes. More...
  2. Terry Barrier

    Jan 06, 2014
    I’ve been exploring the Terry Barrier phenomenon, So who is he? Well you could call Terry Barrier (sometimes affectionately known as TB) a street philosopher, a failed graduate from the University of Life and man of very few unbiased words. More...
  3. NPG Taylor Wessing Portraiture Prize

    Spencer Murphy Wins Taylor Wessing Photographic Portrait Prize 2013 For Picture Of Jockey Katie Walsh More...
  4. Jean Cazals - 'Eat Me' Exhibition

    Nov 01, 2013
    Kalectiv are pleased to announce Eat Me!, an upcoming solo exhibition by one of Britain's most distinguished food photographers, Jean Cazals. More...
  5. Lily Baldwin: Secret Room

    Jan 09, 2014
    Lily Baldwin wanted to treat this music video as a short film with a clear A,B,C narrative, in addition to giving herself the challenge of using minimal gesture to convey feelings, and replace the literality of words. More...