Sharkwater Extinction follows filmmaker Rob Stewart as he exposes the illegal shark fishing industry.
Sharkwater Extinction is a thrilling, action adventure journey that follows filmmaker Rob Stewart as he exposes the billion dollar illegal shark fin industry and the political corruption behind it. This is Stewart's third film following his multi award winning features, Sharkwater and Revolution. Sharkwater Extinction dives into the often violent underworld of the pirate fishing trade. Shark finning is still rampant, shark fin soup is still being consumed, and endangered sharks are now also being used to make products for human consumption. Stewart’s mission is to save the sharks before it’s too late.
Cast and crew
StudioEntertainment Studios Motion Pictures
Duration1 h 24 min
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10 critic reviews
67 user reviews
10/26/2018 by Peter Howell
Stewart's third film is also his best... with scenes of marine genocide that should make us all weep tears of rage.
Globe and Mail
9/6/2018 by Brad Wheeler
Stewart believed people would rally to the shark cause if only they knew the gravity of the situation. The film is now made, the word is out and Stewart more than did his part.
The Daily Beast
10/22/2018 by Anne Brodie
The film is highly dramatic, moving and overwhelmingly sad at times, enlivened by what some have called Stewart's "magical" personality.
10/19/2018 by Chris Knight
The sharks have lost their greatest fighter and advocate, but Stewart's message, even had he lived, is clear: It's up to all of us now.
10/19/2018 by Jim Slotek
Sharkwater Extinction takes the shark slaughter beyond Chinese soup and into outrageous 60 Minutes or Vice territory, with human and pet food and even cosmetics found to have undeclared, and toxic, shark ingredients.
The Coast (Halifax, Nova Scotia)
10/18/2018 by Tara Thorne
This is not your average nature doc, with the crew having to fly drones over restricted areas, sneak in and out of countries, even ducking gunfire.
Vue Weekly (Edmonton, Alberta)
10/18/2018 by Stephan Boissonneault
The film would have been different if Stewart was still alive, but now, it's his underwater magnum opus.
10/17/2018 by Janet Smith
Stewart gets his ideas across with a laid-back-dude appeal that will reach kids of all ages, avoiding scientific lecturing and instilling hope even as he's sounding an alarm.
9/6/2018 by Andrew Parker
Although the film is more or less unfinished (but finished the absolute best that it could be under the circumstances), Sharkwater: Extinction boasts some of Stewart's strongest and most poignant work.
9/6/2018 by Norman Wilner
Sharkwater Extinction is a solid journalistic work that honours the man who made it.
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