• Blake Street Films

    Emmy-Nominated Full Service Production House

    Based in Malmö, Sweden and Denver, USA

  • Featured Commissions

    Surviving an ISIS Massacre


    Lions in Ngorongoro


    Protecting the Sanctuary

    The New York Times

    Africa’s youth are leaders of today

    Ashoka Foundation

    Gun Play for Grown Ups

    The New York Times

    Afghan Refugee's New Life in Sweden

    Euronews: Learning World

    Theater of War

    The New York Times

    A New Start In Sweden


    The Bone Church

    The Great Big Story

    In Vitro Fertilization

    Heute Mittag ORF

    Refugees in Denmark




    Chris Hondros was one of the best conflict photographer of his generation, having covered practically every major world event of his adult life. Beginning with the war in Kosovo in 1999, Chris served as witness to more than a decade of strife and conflict before he was killed in combat in Libya in April, 2011.

    But he was so much more than a highly-respected and award-winning photographer. In this feature length film, Chris's friends and colleagues portray a man of unusual depth and sensitivity, whose passion for his craft continues to influence people around the world. Whether through his images, his friendship, or his humanity, his touch can still be felt in ways that are inspiring and unexpected.

    Director and childhood friend Greg Campbell takes viewers on a global journey to meet those in Chris's most influential photos, and to uncover their little known backstories.


    Blake Street Films, the Malmö, Sweden based partner of Denver's Fox Tale Films, provides full film production services, specializing in documentary feature-length films, video journalism and branded content. Staffed by award-winning journalists, we were finalists for a national news and documentary Emmy Award for Outstanding Interview in 2015, for a report from Iraq in the wake of the in­itial ISIS assault. The company’s first feature-length documentary, HONDROS, is in post-production. Our work has been fea­tured in The New York Times, The Guardian, The Economist, USA Today, UNHCR, BBC, Al Jazeera, MSNBC, The Weather Channel, and other pu­blications. Corporate clients have included AOL, FedEx, Zillow, PWC, HealthGrades and others.

  • Meet Our Team

    Jonathan Saruk

    Malmö, Sweden


    Jonathan Saruk is a Blake Street Films/Fox Tale Films producer and cinematographer who has produced video content for the likes of UNH­CR, BBC, Al Jazeera, The Great Big Story, ORF, 3SAT and Pitch International and has worked on commercial productions for Sony Ericsson, E.ON, and Unibail-Rodamco.

    His still images have been published in The New Yorker, Newsweek and The Sunday Times Magazine, and his first monograph, The Forbidden Reel, was selected as one of the best photo­graphy books of 2014 by Time Magazine.

    A graduate of the International Center of Photography, Jonathan also holds an M.A. in print journalism from New York University.

    Greg Campbell

    Denver, USA


    Greg Campbell is a Fox Tale Films partner, writer, producer and director.

    As a journalist, he has traveled the world to cover stories throughout Europe, Africa and the Middle East. His breakout 2002 nonfiction book "Blood Diamonds; Tracing the Deadly Path of the World's Most Precious Stones," inspired the 2006 Oscar-nominated movie "Blood Diamond," starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Djimon Hounsou.

    An experienced conflict reporter, he has also covered numerous domestic topics from politics to pot. His work -- both print reporting and video -- has appeared in The Economist, The New Republic, USA Today, The Atlantic and the New York Times, among many others.

    He is the director of HONDROS, the feature-length documentary about famed war photographer, Chris Hondros. He met Chris Hondros when he was 14. They worked together in Kosovo, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, and in Libya in the days before Chris's death.

    Mike Shum

    Denver, USA


    Mike Shum is a Fox Tale Films, Emmy-nominated director and cinematographer who has gained access and produced films in some of the world’s most difficult places, including Congo, Somalia and Iraq, among many others.

    He is a frequent contributor to The New York Times, where he was a finalist for an Emmy, in addition to producing content for Human Rights Watch, USA Today, CNN and FedEx.

    He is the director of photography and producer for the upcoming feature length documentary HONDROS, on the life of acclaimed war photographer Chris Hondros. 


  • Contact Us

    Drop us a line in Malmö or Denver.

    Jonathan Saruk

    In Malmö


    Mike Shum

    In Denver

    Greg Campbell

    In Denver