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The Canadian government has passed legislation banning the import and export of shark fins, becoming the first country in the world to do so and earning the applause of a new foundation named after the late and great filmmaker Rob Stewart.
The "Sharkwater Extinction" documentary by the late and great underwater filmmaker and conservationist Rob Stewart will debut in select European theaters in March 2019.
The late and great underwater filmmaker and conservationist Rob Stewart's "Sharkwater Extinction" documentary will debut in select U.S. and Canadian theaters as well as online on February 1st.
A new documentary about the death of Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart is set to air in his birth country later this month.
New details have come to light surrounding the death earlier this year of filmmaker Rob Stewart, and they aren't pretty.
The late shark conservationist Rob Stewart's final film will be released In October 2018.
The local medical examiner for the Florida county where Rob Stewart died this past February has determined the filmmaker and conservationist came up for...
Fins Attached, a marine research and conservation non-profit organization, will name a recently acquired ship the "Sharkwater," in honor of the late filmmaker Rob...
Rob Stewart's family have launched a lawsuit follow the death of the documentary filmmaker last month. In a long expected move the family are filing...
The funeral for "Sharkwater" Director Rob Stewart will take place in Toronto, Canada on February 18th, according to a statement from Rob's family. In that statement,...
After the shock of the news that Sharkwater director Rob Stewart died in the Florida Keys filming the follow up to his 2006 documentary,...
A 6,000 square mile search of the ocean for filmmaker Rob Stewart concludes after his body is found on the bottom of the ocean
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The Australian Olympic snowboarder, Alex 'Chumpy' Pullin, has died in a spearfishing accident in Australia
The second episode of the DeeperBlue Podcast is out today, featuring what we can expect as we all start to contemplate getting back in the water and an interview with Aquanaut Dawn Kernagis