Sharkwater, the Film

This FREE award-winning film screening exposes the criminal and highly-profitable harvesting of shark fins, face shark poachers, and a corrupt court system.

Sharkwater, is a FREE film screening that will be presented by the Nassau County Sierra Club on June 10, 2016, at 7:00 p.m. Shown at the Fernandina Beach Public Library, this is a documentary by Rob Stewart who dives into shark-filled waters to help raise awareness and disprove stereotypes. He ventures into treacherous territory, and amazing locations underwater to explain how sharks are an essential part of our ecosystem.

This award-winning film, with renegade conservationist Paul Watson, he and Stewart expose the criminal and highly-profitable harvesting of shark fins, face shark poachers, and a corrupt court system.

The film is rated PG; some content might be disturbing for young children.

Inspired by nature, the Sierra Club works to protect our communities and the planet. They are America’s oldest, largest and most influential grassroots environmental organization, and they are always looking for volunteers.

For more information, please visit their website.

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