Julia Barnes, (Sea of Life), and Jonah Bryson @JonahLBryson (The Fight for Bala) on how Rob Stewart (Sharkwater Extinction, Sharkwater, Revolution) inspired them to make movies to change the world.

“In Revolution, I was learning for the first time that the world’s coral reefs, rainforests and fisheries are expected to be gone by the middle of the century.”

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Sharkwater Extinction

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Significant quotes

“I had no idea that the world I loved was in jeopardy.” 

“In Revolution, I was learning for the first time that the world’s coral reefs, rainforests and fisheries are expected to be gone by the middle of the century.” 

“We were going to lose coral reefs no matter what because there is so much carbon in the atmosphere already. It’s going to continue to absorb into the oceans for the next several decades…so that was devastating.” 

“He was so optimistic…he was one of the most optimistic people I had ever met.” 

“All of his optimism was based in reality.” 

“We can still turn things around…we just have to sequester carbon dioxide.”

“We don’t just have to stop emitting it, we also have to sequester carbon out of the atmosphere.” 

“We can still save these ecosystems.” 

“Someone told me they completely rethought their life plan after watching this movie…it’s what it’s designed to do…to open people’s eyes to what’s happening and hopefully inspire some people to dedicate their lives to fighting for the world we depend on.” 

“People don’t understand fish…fish are definitely worthy of being considered people.” 

“It was really important for me to show sharks in a positive light in this movie and to show human-shark interactions the way that I experienced them whenever I go into the water because my experience with sharks was radically different from the way the media portrays them.” 

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