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Source:  The Hollywood Reporter

Few filmmakers had as singular a mission as Rob Stewart, who dedicated his life to bringing attention to the increasingly endangered status of sharks across the globe.

Stewart’s life was tragically cut short in 2017 when he died at age 37 in a diving accident while working on what would be his third and final film.

A sequel to his 2006 advocacy documentary “Sharkwater,” “Sharkwater Extinction” serves as a fitting cinematic tribute informing us that while progress has been made, much more work needs to be done.

“Sharkwater Extinction” is available now on iTunes, YouTube, and Google Play.

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