It took eight years in total, a million dollars, the support of friends and fellow eco-warriors to make Revolution. This film takes viewers through 15 countries over a four year adventure as Rob Stewart discovers that it's not only sharks that are in grave danger – it's humanity itself.
|Stewart and his team are filming in New Guineau|
|Stewart got his camera into a shark finning centre|
|Stewart opens his film: Toronto International Film Festival - photo by Weit|
Stewart asks “how did this happen, and what will it take to change the course that humanity has set itself on?”
The filmmaker wants millions to see Revolution. After it comes off the film festival circuit and finishes its theatrical run, he plans to post Revolution on the Internet and use Social Media tools to direct young people to see the film.
And after that? “We are doing Sharks and Snakes, a 3-D, IMAX large format movie,” said Stewart. “ And then I’d like to take a bit of breather!”
|Prop from Stewart's first movie, SHARKWATER, was recycled and used at the TIFF after-party for the movie launch - photo by Stephen Weir|