Sharkwater

2006, Documentary, 1h 29m

39 Reviews 2,500+ Ratings

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In addition to its breathtaking underwater photography, Sharkwater has a convincing, impassioned argument of how the plight of sharks affects everyone. Read critic reviews

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Arguing that sharks are misunderstood as dangerous creatures, biologist Rob Stewart travels to the Galapagos Islands, Costa Rica and other places where the animals can be found. Underwater, he feeds sharks to demonstrate their fundamentally nonviolent nature. With 90 percent of the shark population destroyed by indiscriminate hunting, Stewart joins forces with conservationist Paul Watson to fight poachers who illegally kill the animals for their fins and sell the meat to the Taiwanese Mafia.

Cast & Crew

Sandra Campbell
Executive Producer
Brian Stewart
Producer
Jeff Rona
Original Music
Rob Stewart
Cinematography
Michael Clarke
Film Editing
Rik Morden
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Rob Stewart
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Jeremy Stuart
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Audience Reviews for Sharkwater

  • Nov 22, 2009
    A counterpoint to most of the sensational shark documentaries out there, this one introduces sharks as shy and amazing. It focuses on the fishing, finning, and depopulation issues. Even the mob and Greenpeace are involved. An interesting film for those looking for another side to sharks and our global aquatic ecosystem.
    Steve K Super Reviewer
  • Aug 21, 2009
    I loved this documentary. It was so beautiful but it shed light on things humans are doing that are, at best, ugly. We need ALL animals here and everyone needs to see this film to become more open-minded about sharks and stopping the disgusting practices that are endangering their existence.
    Sarah P Super Reviewer
  • Oct 25, 2008
    Of all the documentaries I have seen about the impact of human activity on the environment, this is by far the most gripping. It is not the Discovey Channel approach. The images are so amazing you will probably never look at the sea the same way again.
    Rhady N Super Reviewer
  • Jul 13, 2008
    I dare you to watch this film and not feel instantly compelled to save sharks. Amazing underwater scenes from a first time documentary director.
    Leina R Super Reviewer

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