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Rob Stewart, Missing Documentarian and Conservationist, Found Dead After Deep-Water Diving

4 February 2017 2:07 PM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Rob Stewart, the 37-year-old documentarian and conservationist who went missing a couple days ago, was found dead after his body was recovered off the Florida Keys, according to Variety. The Us Coast Guard confirmed the news on Friday, February 3, after days of searching for Stewart and soliciting volunteer help.

Body of diver Mr Stewart reportedly found @ depth of 220 ft by Rov assist to Key Largo Vol Fire Dept.

— USCGSoutheast (@USCGSoutheast) February 4, 2017

The Canadian filmmaker had been on a deep-water dive, exploring the wreck of Queen of Nassau and shooting “Sharkwater: Extinction,” a follow-up to his 2006 documentary, “Sharkwater,” about how to get shark finning banned worldwide. 

Read More: Rob Stewart Missing: Documentarian and Conservationist Was Shooting ‘Sharkwater’ Follow-Up

His family posted the following message on the “Sharkwater” website:

“Rob has been found, peacefully in the ocean. There are no words. We are so deeply grateful to everyone who helped search, and »

- Liz Calvario

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Rob Stewart, Filmmaker Best Known for the Documentary Sharkwater, Dies at 37

4 February 2017 7:39 AM, PST | | See recent news »

Rob Stewart, a Canadian filmmaker and marine biologist best known for his environmental documentary 2006 Sharkwater, was found dead in Florida after going missing while deep sea scuba diving on Tuesday. He was 37.

According to Variety, Stewart was working on a sequel to his critically acclaimed film — which earned 31 awards internationally — when he went missing underwater. His body was recovered by the U.S. Coast Guard. In a tweet, the Coast Guard wrote, “Body of diver Mr Stewart reportedly found @ depth of 220 ft by ROV assist to Key Largo Vol Fire Dept.”

Friends, family members and organizations tried to find the »

- Blake Bakkila

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Body Of Documentarian Rob Stewart Found Off Florida Keys; ‘Sharkwater’ Director Was 37

3 February 2017 9:47 PM, PST | Deadline | See recent Deadline news »

The body of Canadian documentarian and conservationist Rob Stewart was found by divers today off the coast of Islamorada in the Florida Keys. Stewart went missing Tuesday during a deep-water dive near Islamorada’s Alligator Reef. The recovery by a Key Largo Volunteer Fire Department dive team was confirmed by Capt. Jeffrey Janszen, commander of U.S. Coast Guard Sector Key West. The Miami Herald reported that Janszen said Stewart’s body “was very close to where he… »

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Canadian Filmmaker Rob Stewart Found Dead After Scuba Dive

3 February 2017 6:20 PM, PST | Variety - Film News | See recent Variety - Film News news »

Canadian filmmaker and marine biologist Rob Stewart’s body has been recovered off the Florida Keys, the U.S. Coast Guard confirmed on Friday. Stewart, 37, had gone missing after going deep sea scuba diving Tuesday, visiting the wreck of the Queen of Nassau. He was in the area filming a sequel to his documentary “Sharkwater.”

Body of diver Mr Stewart reportedly found @ depth of 220 ft by Rov assist to Key Largo Vol Fire Dept.

— USCGSoutheast (@USCGSoutheast) February 4, 2017

The news comes after days of rescue operations. The Coast Guard solicited volunteer help, as did film distributor D Films, which worked with Stewart and considered him a “dear friend” of the company.

“If you have a boat with searchlights, please help,” a tweet for D Film’s account read, among other calls for help and retweeted articles and videos about the search.

It is great sorrow to hear that our friend Rob Stewart has passed. »

- Dani Levy

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Blu-ray Review: The Asphalt Jungle Is Near Perfect

25 January 2017 5:00 AM, PST | Screen Anarchy | See recent Screen Anarchy news »

John Huston was one of the greatest mid-century (or ever) American directors. He directed The Maltese FalconThe African QueenKey LargoPrizzi's HonorThe Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Annie, and The Misfits, among others. Huston had previously been an opera singer, and enjoyed a healthy acting career as well when he choose to venture to the other side of the camera, with stints in ChinatownBattle for the Planet of the ApesWise Blood, and voice overs and narration for animated films such as The Black Cauldron and The Return of the King. And of course, he fathered actors Anjelica and Danny Huston. Today, we're going to delve into the Criterion Collection's recent blu-ray release of one of Huston's finest noirs, The Asphalt Jungle. Starring the manly Sterling Hayden, Jean Hagen (so good here), Louis...

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