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Revolution



Revolution (86 minutes april 2015) is a film about changing the world. The true-life adventure of Rob Stewart, this follow-up to his acclaimed SHARKWATER (36 festival wins) documentary continues his remarkable journey; one that will take him through 15 countries over four years, and where he'll discover that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger -- it's humanity itself.

Poster I Synopsis I Cast and Crew Credits I Trailer I Rob Stewart's Bio I Interview with Rob I Kickstart Sharkwater 2

http://www.therevolutionmovie.com I http://www.facebook.com/revolutionmovie I http://www.twitter.com/film_revolution I Audio Interview with Rob Stewart

SHARKWATER Extinction Kickstarter Video from Rob Stewart on Vimeo.


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Make a donation in memory of Rob Stewart

Rob Stewart, © Sharkwater.com

Rob Stewart accomplished so much in his life, but there’s still more to do. To honour Rob’s memory, the Stewart family is collecting donations through WWF-Canada in order to continue his conservation work.

 

Rob cherished ocean wildlife and inspired others to do the same. Born in Toronto, he started taking underwater photographs at age 13, a skill he turned into a career as a wildlife photojournalist and filmmaker. His critically acclaimed documentary Sharkwater (2006), about how the global demand for shark fins drives species to extinction, won dozens of awards and created mass awareness and action for shark conservation.His second documentary Revolution continues to be shown in film festivals and will be part of the next Ocean Tour.

Rob died scuba diving off the Florida Keys in January 2017 while working on his next film. He was just 37.

Please donate to WWF-Canada who will hold the proceeds in a fund to help carry on Rob’s legacy. A tax receipt will be issued.

 

FOR ROB STEWART:

TAKE HOLD MY MISSION   

DO NOT STAND AT MY GRAVE AND WEEP,

I AM NOT THERE; I DO NOT SLEEP.

I AM A THOUSAND WAVES THAT ROLL,

I AM THE DIAMOND GLINTS ON SNOW.

I AM THE SUN ON GLISTENING TREES,

I AM THE GENTLE HUMMING BEES.

WHEN YOU AWAKEN IN THE MORNING'S HUSH,

I AM THE SWIFT UPLIFTING RUSH

OF QUIET ANGELS IN CIRCLED FLIGHT.  

I AM THE STARS THAT SHINE AT NIGHT.  

DO NOT STAND AT MY GRAVE AND CRY,

I AM NOT THERE; I DID NOT DIE.

I AM THE SHARKS AND WHALES AND REEFS;

THE RAYS AND CREATURES OF THE DEEP.

I NEED YOUR VOICE TO MAKE MINE HEARD:

TAKE UP THE TORCH, TO SAVE OUR WORLD.

DO NOT STAND AT MY GRAVE AND CRY,  

TAKE HOLD MY MISSION, I WILL NOT DIE.

The above is a re‐versioning by Rob's parents of Mary Elizabeth Frye’s poem, Do Not Stand at My Grave and Weep ‐ for those who knew Rob and all who love our oceans and this place we call earth!  

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About Revolution

Stewart Rob

Revolution follows the success of Sharkwater which received 36 Awards on the festival circuit.

Revolution executive produced by Gus van Sant (Milk, Will Hunting...)

www.therevolutionmovie.com
Rob Stewart's second documentary "Revolution" - The Evolution of Life on Earth and the Revolution to Save it.
www.facebook.com/revolutionmovie
www.twitter.com/film_revolution

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