Klynt is an editing & publishing application dedicated to interactive storytellers. It was designed originally for Honkytonk Films in-house productions to create an affordable and easy-to-use solution to explore new narrative formats on the Internet.
Based on years of experience working with authors and interface designers on some of today’s most acclaimed interactive documentaries, the latest release of Klynt is now available for every content producer active in the field of written journalism, photography or film-making.
Its growing user community is now composed of professionals working in NGOs (Greenpeace, WWF, Enfants du Mékong), established media institutions (TV5 Monde (France), RTS (Switzerland), La Repubblica (Italy), RTBF (Belgium)) and students enrolled in prestigious journalism training programs.
Klynt is an original project by Honkytonk Films, a production studio based in Paris, France.
Freelance consultants & producers
Directors & journalists: Samuel Bollendorff, Abel Ségrétin, Grégoire Basdevant, Olivia Colo, Lionel Brouet, Laetitia Moreau, Axel Ramonet, Lotje Sodderland, Timothée Vignal, Jérôme Thorel, Vincent Moon, Philippe Kieffer et Marie-Eve Chamard, Isabelle Sylvestre
Editors: Xavier Mutin, Lucas Archambault, Clara Debailly
Graphic designers: Brieuc Dupont, Romain Glé, Jérome Pidoux, Adrian Gandour
Consultants: Eric Priou, Nicolas Taffin, Julien Masanès
About Honkytonk Films
Since 2007, Honkytonk Films has been developing, producing, and distributing interactive documentaries on today’s most important trends and events in partnership with leading broadcasters and news portals.
At the forefront of new media storytelling, the company and its award-winning productions have been featured in some of the most cutting-edge documentary festivals and new media events (including IDFA (Amsterdam, The Netherlands), Prix Europa (Berlin, Germany), Sheffield Doc/Fest (Sheffield, UK) and South by Soutwest (Austin, USA).