Rob Stewart documentary Sharkwater Extinction gets cinematic release

    Feature documentary Sharkwater Extinction from Rob Stewart takes us on one man’s mission: to protect sharks from extinction.

    An eye-opening, epic new feature documentary Sharkwater Extinction from Rob Stewart, the award-winning director of Sharkwater and Revolution takes us on one man’s mission: to protect sharks from extinction and save the oceans before it’s too late.

    More than 150 million sharks are being killed every year. The oceans are in danger. Sharks play a hugely important role to the environment. Who is the real enemy: shark or human?

    We join the courageous filmmaker and renowned activist on a hugely inspirational, thrilling but hazardous journey, as he dives deep into oceans and travels across four continents to investigate the eye-watering scale of corruption, destruction and danger that the multi-billion-dollar pirate fishing industry and vast illegal shark-fin trade bring.

    This action-packed story takes us from the seas of West Africa to Spain via Panama, Costa Rica, France, and even North America as Stewart exposes a shocking truth that is leading the oldest remaining predator to extinction. Shark finning is still rampant, shark-fin soup is still being consumed and endangered sharks are now being used to make products for human consumption.

    Sharkwater Extinction celebrated its World Premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival and has gone on to garner critical acclaim and earn multiple international awards. The film recently received its UK Premiere hosted by HRH Princess Eugenie of York.

    Sharkwater Extinction stands as Rob Stewart’s legacy, as he was tragically killed in a diving accident in the final stages of shooting the film in January 2017. His parents Brian and Sandy Stewart dedicated themselves to completing the film, which is now in cinemas, certificate 12A, with a run-time of one hour 28 minutes.

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