Rob on Carson Daily (25 Comments)

Check out Carson Daily on Feb 5 to watch the interview with Rob Stewart.
It’s filming in LA today – so hopefully it goes well!

25 Responses to “Rob on Carson Daily”

    1. Jen Martin February 5th, 2008 at 12:06 am

      I just took a 7th grader, whom I mentor, to see this movie and I’m so glad I did. I can’t say how moved I am by the film and how many people I am going to tell about it! Now that I’m aware of this, I’m also going to teach my 3rd graders about it so they can be involved, as well. Thanks so much for doing what you do!

    1. Cristobal Perez February 6th, 2008 at 2:05 pm

      hey, no plans for a release in mexico???????=(

    1. Jeff February 20th, 2008 at 12:47 am

      I just saw the movie at a theater here in Anchorage, Alaska. Wow. Very impressive and very inspiring. Thank you for doing your part to make this world a better place. Your efforts are appreciated by all. Long live sharks!

    1. Kristin March 6th, 2008 at 3:45 am

      I also saw the movie in anchorage. I will never understand why people rape the enviroment and not even give it a second thought. Thank you for making your movie.

    1. Kelsy Anderson March 10th, 2008 at 2:33 pm

      Thank you, thank you for bringing attention to this issue! Just this morning, I heard an interview on Minnesota Public Radio with Dr. Sylvia Earle, who has been to the Galapagos islands over 30 times throughout her career, and her biggest concern with the ecology of the island is the decline in the shark population, due to practices such as finning, bycatch, and intentional catch. I teach online classes for the University of Phoenix, and will be sharing information about your documentary with all my students. If there’s any way I or my students can help with your mission, please contact me!

    1. Alexis aka Shark luver March 21st, 2008 at 4:05 pm

      Hopefully Rob will read this

      When this movie came to Canada I begged so much to go see and when I finally did i cried throughout the whole movie because when i saw what people did to sharks, it broke my heart into a million pieces because im only 12 (turning 13) and i wanted to help sharks every since i read my first book on them but i cant do anything. i have dreamt of helping sharks and inspiring people to stop killing sharks. at my school every 2 years we do speeches and every time i would write about sharks and my teachers never picked me because they dont like the fact that i want to help a “man eating sea monster”. sadly, neither does my family 🙁

      rob, if your reading this, please bring sharkwater back to canada and into theaters. one more thing, how come shark water never came out on DVD?

      sincerly biggest shark fan
      alexis

    1. Gonzalez Eloïse March 23rd, 2008 at 4:40 pm

      I’m impressed, and pleased to see that some people in the world are intelligent enough to consider Sharks as wild animals but not as monsters. They are the most beautiful, instinctive, paradoxical and fascinating beings ever. And, however, they are misjudged because of clichés conveyed by movies. It’s so pitiful! They are turned into monsters by traders who need to kill them to make money, how scandalous! Go on, good luck, you’ve got all my support.

    1. Corinne March 23rd, 2008 at 4:41 pm

      Just one word to describe what you do : WHAOU ! Congratulations for saving our planet and for passing your virus 😉 Have a good continuation in your MAGIC…

    1. Rainey March 24th, 2008 at 8:21 pm

      Dear Rob

      We saw your film in Chicago in October and can’t stop thinking about it. I am presenting at my Oceans class about sharks and shark finning. I wish the film were here so everyone in my homeschool co-op could go. I know there would be a huge interest. We went to the Aquarium this week to learn about Sharks but no one talks about the declining populations. How can we do more? Can you help lead us? We’d love to meet you and have you speak at our Oceans class but I’m sure you’re too busy.

      Sincerely

      Rainey

    1. Karyen March 26th, 2008 at 8:35 am

      Hello. I just watched the docu-movie today! It became so apparent how unintelligent people seem when they exploit such awesome creatures (I don’t really consider them beautiful).

      I was thinking about diving with sharks since last June, when I first saw this program promoted in Singapore’s Sentosa Underwater World. I did not. But I shall one day. And when I do, I would dive in their natural habitat. I believe that the beauty of creatures can only be seen when they are in their most natural forms (eg. birds look more beautiful in flight).

    1. Sindy March 29th, 2008 at 11:06 am

      Hello

      First of all, thank you for your battle towards the sharks. Thank you for having come in France to explain this so nice documentary to be seen according to them extracted, more than some day to wait to see this film for us French…. Continue beating you in this reason for the sharks, because without them we are nothing. In very quickly, In France.

      Sorry if you do not understand in what I wrote, but I try to manage

      Good courage Sindy

    1. Magali April 2nd, 2008 at 6:15 pm

      hello,

      AMAZING, EXELENTT, FABULOUS, CHOKING, HEART-RENDING,SUBLIM AND SUBLIMATE,AND MORE…THAN THAT!!!
      Thanks a lot for them, and thanks for us
      Good luck and wish that your documentary film will aware a maximum of consciences !!!

      as I am as well french hope is not to much confusing

    1. Alexis April 2nd, 2008 at 8:57 pm

      hello sharkwater, me again! I heard Rob Stewart is signing in Vancouver then Toronto April8th-9th and I am totally excited about that!!! Since my sister lives in Toronto she can take me there. I know he is going to be at HMV but it’s on a Tuesday and Wednesday and I have school so Im not to sure what time and excatly where HMV is… If someone can e-mail me with more information that would be GREAT!

      Alexis

    1. Alexis April 7th, 2008 at 7:46 pm

      I know I keep commenting but I need to know more info about Rob Stewart at Toronto. I hope someone can tell me some more info. Please 🙁

      Alexis

    1. Tsiresy April 8th, 2008 at 4:33 am

      I just watched this documentary few minutes ago….
      I really loved it. it’s really amazing and change people’s mentality towards sharks.
      Shark always was my favorite since I was young. For me it’s the empoeror of the see. So charismatic and so amazingly looking.
      I will look forward to see the fight and the battle against shark fishing.
      And Rob I really love the way you are determined to preserve those species. Keep on ! I’ m in !

    1. Eamonn Fitzgerald April 8th, 2008 at 5:04 am

      Don’t know if every shark got the message that they should stop killing people during the PR campaign for the film. Check this story out: “Shark kills boy off Australian coast”

      http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/australasia/shark-kills-boy-off-australian-coast-805859.html

    1. NATHALIE April 9th, 2008 at 5:45 am

      Bonjour,

      je suis française, je vien de voir votre documentaire, qui m’à beaucoup touché. Je suis choqué par la bétise de certain hommes je n’aie aucune pitié pour ces personnes qui ne mérite pas de vivre. Merci pour tous ce que vous faites.

      cordialement.
      nathalie

    1. Alexis aka Shark luver April 9th, 2008 at 9:36 pm

      what the hell Eamonn!! Sharks don’t kill people and even if a person were to die from a shark attack its because of blood lose and if you watched SharkWater, you would know so dont get me started because I will force you to swim with sharks and see if they kill you!

    1. Shannon April 26th, 2008 at 12:42 am

      Hi Rob,

      I just finished watching Sharkwater and I am truly touched by this film. I was completely unaware of the massacre that is going on everyday to this animal! I commend you for bringing this devestating issue to the mass culture, risking life and (literally) limb to bring it to us. I wish you all the strength and determination needed to bring the sharks back out of danger of extinction. I do beleive that people are good beings and just the education of this issue will bring people into action to help this species. What more can we mere mortals do to help with this cause? I live in land locked Alberta, Canada and the warm oceans of Costa Rica feel very far away from a place that I can help! Is there anything we can do from land??

    1. Emilie April 28th, 2008 at 4:27 pm

      hi,
      I just saw the movie here in Switzerland, I lived on the sail boat for many years and I have seen many sad things. Your movie is great, hopefully some people will change there point of view about sharks. It’s nice to see how Rob fight’s until there is nothing else to do..and I hope you will win this fight against all this shark fishing.

    1. Rachel May 15th, 2008 at 10:30 am

      My boyfriend and I watched this film last evening and WOW! Very moving. I really don’t have words to describe what an impact this has had on my thoughts. I’ve always considered myself as somewhat of an environmentalist. I am a firm believer that greed – the corporate world WILL be the downfall of humanity! The world today revolves around money. Everyone seems to be motivated by dollars and cents, without consideration of how it is acquired or who or what has to be destroyed in the process. What happened to humanity? My favorite line in this film is “we think that we are some kind of God; that we can decide who lives and dies, what can be destroyed and what stays. Really we’re all just a bunch of primates out of control.” How true! We think we’re the most intelligent species… HELLO – we’re the dumbest! We’re destroying our host – the planet, we know we are doing it, and we’re letting this continue? We should all be afraid and ashamed of what we’ve become.

      Oh and Eamonn go educate yourself. Your ignorance is embarrassing!

    1. Rachel May 15th, 2008 at 10:46 am

      I would like to apologize for my previous comments towards Eamonn. They may have been insensitive considering he or someone reading these comments may be a parent to the child who was lost due to a shark bite. Having said that, what we all need to remember is that accidents happen every day – sadly fatal accidents occur very frequently on a global scale. However, when someone dies in a car crash do we ban all automobiles? When someone is killed by a dog, do we kill all dogs? We need to step out of our secluded little worlds, leave the beliefs that we harbour behind and start to look at the facts. The FACT is soda-pop machines kill more humans than sharks.

    1. Alexis June 1st, 2008 at 1:48 pm

      Hi Rob!

      I was so excited when I found out we were doing speeches this year! I thought, this was my chancee to show my class and hopefully the whole school, what people do to sharks. When I did my speech, I wasn’t nervous at all! I have really bad nerves but I realized, when I’m up at the front talking about sharks, I’m not neverous at all because I’m speaking about something I’m passionate about and have alot of confidence in! Any way, as I preseted, I put a few pictures on the board: A fisher finning a shark, a pile of fins and tails, a dead shark at the bottom of the sea, an animated photo of a long line and a bowl of shark fin soup. (ew!) I could see the looks on peoples faces and my teacher how disturbing it was (in a good way). At the end a few people even gave me a mini standing ovation ^.^ My teacher was so impressed and she said that you good really hear my voice (not literally but the message I was sending) and you could see the passion. I ended up getting a 95% WOOHOO but unfortunaly was not chosen. My teacher chose 3 people and the class voted. I admit I was pretty disapppointed, mainly because everybody said my teacher was going to pick me, but she said that I wasn’t chosen because the other canidates had a relation to their speech: My friend did hers about her life (ended up getting most vvotes and won 2nd place) another did his about the army, his dad is in the army, and the last person did his on horse racing, he told about how him and his dad bonding. Well, I may not have won in the speech contest, but to me, I really did win because I inspired my whole class and my teacher to help save sharks and now some of them have even started a patition on hotmail! So, did I win? Definatly!

      -Alexis

    1. Alexis June 1st, 2008 at 1:52 pm

      Almost forgot…
      I inspired my teacher so much that she even wanted to borror my copy of Sharkwater! She said that she is gonna watch it this weekend. Te-he ^.^

    1. Alexis August 23rd, 2008 at 8:00 pm

      I checked on wikipedia.org about rob stewart and they said that he was 47! It’s hard to believe that. I don’t know if that’s true or not because he looks really young! I mean I met him in April and he looked so young, like almost 20-30! Some people edit wikipedia so I don’t know if he is actually 47 or not. And also, someone probably edited this but it said that he was an actor in old movies. But I realized, when I last checked wikipedia, it said that he wanted to be a hockey player then he got into a hockey accident and lost a kidney =S That is probably untrue though 😛 anyway..
      I just wanted to say, I love everything Rob Stewart and the crew members have done. You all have inspired me soooooooo much!!

      With Much Love

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