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Inside Bo Derek, John Corbetts Date Nights

Bo Derek and John Corbett attend the God’s Not Dead: A Light in Darkness premiere on March 20, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. Jesse Grant/Getty Images Love is all around! Bo Derek opened up to Us Weekly about her international date nights with partner John Corbett. Celebrity Couples and How They First Met “My gosh, we don’t have typical,” the 10 star, 62, told Us at the Sharkwater Extinction premiere in Los Angeles on Thursday, January 31. “We’re always traveling, so our dat...
Tags: New York, Hollywood, London, Greece, Religion, Los Angeles, US Weekly, Hamilton, Derek, Corbett, Los Angeles California, John Corbett, Bo Derek, Rob Stewart, John Derek, Misool


Chalet Review – Chez Bear, Serre Chevalier

Chez Bear lodge is a private chalet nestled above the ancient, walled city, of Briançon in the southern French Alps – just a stone’s throw from the main ski lift whisking guests directly into the main Serre Chevalier ski area, one the largest in the country. Snow.Guide ski editor Rob Stewart, was lucky enough to visit Chez Bear in December 2018 and provides his view on this exclusive property that’s welcomed guests over the past decade since the original 17th century farmhouse was renovated. On...
Tags: UK, Milan, Australia, France, Sport, Skiing, Rob, Geneva, George Clooney, Easyjet, Ski Chalet, Lyon, Turin, Snowsports, Joe, French Alps


Santa Barbara Film Review: ‘Sharkwater Extinction’

“Sharkwater Extinction” isn’t just a follow-up to 2006’s “Sharkwater”; it’s another in a long line of well-intentioned advocacy docs that end with a website address. The difference, however, is that Rob Stewart’s film also concludes with the Canadian writer-director’s own 2017 demise at the age of 37 from hypoxia, which lends it a gravity — […]
Tags: Reviews, Toronto Film Festival, Rob Stewart, Sharkwater, Santa Barbara Film Review


Official Trailer for Illegal Fishing Documentary 'Sharkwater Extinction'

"The only option I have is to not give up." Freestyle Digital Media has debuted an official trailer for a new documentary titled Sharkwater Extinction, the latest doc by Canadian filmmaker / activist Rob Stewart. This follow-up to Stewart's 2006 doc Sharkwater is once again all about sharks, but this time it's about the billion dollar illegal shark fin industry and the political corruption behind it. By exposing the truth behind all the illegal fishing, he also looks at how this industry tha...
Tags: Movies, Trailer, Documentaries, Stewart, Rob Stewart, To Watch, Freestyle Digital Media, Sharkwater


What We Found In Our Christmas Stocking For The 2018-19 Winter Season

As the 2018-19 winter starts to kick in, Snow.Guide Ski Editor Rob Stewart looks into what he found in his Christmas stocking for the 2018-19 season. Skis Pure Freeride Design – The All Mountain Charger: £970 British made PFD Skis produce a wonderful series of bamboo core skis in the heart of Worcestershire and in our opinion, they are as saucy as they come. The All Mountain Charger, at 100mm under foot, is a versatile ski that handles all conditions and as the name suggests, suits expert skiers...
Tags: Georgia, Sport, Panda, Skiing, Ski Boots, Ski Goggles, Rob, Christmas Gifts, Worcestershire, Skis, Lange, Thule, Rob Stewart, Darren Turner, Helly Hansen, Snowsports Events


Citigroup Seeks to Curb China Travel as UBS Ends Restriction

UBS and Julius Baer Group Ltd. had imposed restrictions on staff travel after the incident, other people familiar with the matter had said on Friday. Zurich-based UBS has now lifted the curbs, spokesman Rob Stewart said in an email Tuesday. “UBS would like to confirm that we allow all our staff to travel freely in and out of the country and it is business as usual for us in China,” he said.
Tags: News, China, Ubs, Citigroup, Zurich, Rob Stewart, Julius Baer Group Ltd, Curb China Travel


Standing up for Nature: Crucial Environmental concerns at Byron Bay Film Festival

Reflecting its pristine natural setting, and the environmental credentials of the local citizens, the Byron Bay Film Festival has always made a point of selecting hard-hitting environmental films, and this year is no exception. The feature documentary Sharkwater-Extinction celebrating the work of the late Rob Stewart to expose the shark-finning industry is the centrepiece of the festival’s Closing Night gala. It’s a shocking story – but there are other disturbing documentaries too, from the Kimb...
Tags: Travel, Featured, News, Australia, Culture, United States, Kimberley, Festivals & Events, Patrick, Byron Bay, Rob Stewart, Halla, Victoria Our Power, Nicholas Wrathall Gore Vidal, Patrick McCormack


Interview with freeride pioneer and legend Dominque Perret

Rob Stewart catches up with freeride pioneer and legend Dominque Perret – founder of the International Snow Training Academy (ISTA), an organisation dedicated to training skiers and snowboarders in off-piste and mountain safety. This article was also published in Snow Enthusiast Magazine What’s your most memorable moment on skis? That’s impossible to say! The best moments are when you are with the right person in the right place at the right moment – it can be extreme skiing in Alaska, or Verbie...
Tags: Interviews, Sport, Alaska, Skiing, Verbier, Dominique, Rob Stewart, ISTA, Dominque Perret, International Snow Training Academy ISTA, Alaska Himalayas The Andes, Dominique Perret Dominique Perret, Dominique Perret


Rob Stewart: 'No answers' on council mergers plans

The leader of Swansea council says he is happy to consider a merger but calls for more details.
Tags: News, Swansea, Rob Stewart


Soundtrack Review: To The Orcas With Love

To The Orcas With Love Soundtrack Review: This is a review of the documentary score To The Orcas With Love by Jeff Rona & Ben MacDougall. Buy the score here (if available) At a glance: Geek Score: 100 Total Minutes Of Excellence: 40.6 Album Excellence: 100% How are the scores calculated and what does it mean? To The Orcas With Love is a 2017 Canadian documentary film directed by Natalie Lucier and starring Rob Stewart, David Suzuki & Alexandra Morton. Stories of personal connec...
Tags: Music, Documentary, Orcas, Captivity, 2017, Cbc, Film Scores, 10s, Broughton, Rob Stewart, David Suzuki, Rona, Prologue, MacDougall, Salmon Run, Jeff rona


10 things You Didn’t Know About Georgia

Georgia – the country, not the US state, is wedged right between Europe and Asia with Russia to the north and Turkey and Armenia to the south and Azerbaijan to the east. The High Caucasus Mountain range spans from left to right with majestic peaks souring above 5,000 metres high, whilst the Lesser Caucasus provide a lower, yet equally as impressive range of mountains slightly to the south. Snow.Guide Ski Editor Rob Stewart recently visited the country in search of snow – we get his take on some ...
Tags: Asia, Europe, London, Russia, US, Georgia, Sport, Turkey, Skiing, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Rob, Snowsports, Tbilisi, Western Europe, Soviet Union


Lush's New Limited-Edition Shark Soap Is Just Fin-Tastic!

Once again, Lush is using it's power to do good. This time the brand is supporting World Oceans Day on June 8 by re-releasing the limited-edition Shark Fin Soap ($6). What's so cool is that 100 percent of sales will go to support the completion of the late Rob Stewart's documentary called Sharkwater: Extinction (the Canadian filmmaker passed away during a scuba-diving incident while filming this piece). Every year, up to 100 million sharks are killed to make shark fin soup, and this raises awar...
Tags: Beauty, Soap, Lush, Rob Stewart, Beauty Products, Body Care, Beauty News, Beauty Shopping


Lush Is Bringing Back Shark Soap For The Best Reason

Today is World Oceans Day, and Lush wants to make sure you know about it. That's why the brand is re-launching one of its most popular soaps — which just happens to be inspired by the sea. Even better, the Lush Shark Fin Soap is officially back in stock for one very legitimate reason.First, a history lesson: The soap first launched back in 2014, and fans loved it. While it was originally created for the launch of the Discovery Channel's Shark Week series, it was then was re-released in the summ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Rob, Rod Stewart, Lush, Rob Stewart, Save the Sharks, Darwin Animal Doctors


Filmmaker Rob Stewart fought to protect sharks, and now we must continue his work

Lush Cosmetics and Humane Society International support the important ocean conservation work pioneered by 37-year-old creator of 'Sharkwater' who died suddenly this past January.
Tags: Science, News, Rob Stewart, Lush Cosmetics and Humane Society International


Easter Holiday Skiing At The Snow Centre

Snow.Guide Ski Editor Rob Stewart visits The Snow Centre, Hemel Hempstead over Easter 2017 with his daughter who is desperate to get on skis during the school holiday period. The Snow Centre is the closest indoor ski facility to London and the perfect place to learn to ski or brush up your skills before heading off the mountains. We didn’t manage to get to the Alps this Easter but we did have a great days skiing indoors. Perfecting Parallel turns Big thumbs up for the food Who needs the Alps?...
Tags: Family, London, Sport, Skiing, Alps, Rob Stewart, Hemel Hempstead, Snowsports Events, The Snow Centre, Easter Skiing, Hemel Hempstead Snow Centre, Indoor Ski Centre, Indoor Skiing


Swansea Council leader on 'better city' manifesto win

Labour increased its majority in Swansea, which council leader Rob Stewart said was due to a positive manifesto on city improvements.
Tags: News, Swansea, Rob Stewart, Swansea council


Hoka One One – Clifton 3 Shoe For Men Review

What Hoka One One Say: “The CLIFTON 3 improves upon its decorated heritage with this new release. The upper features a new fit with a more accommodating forefoot, as well as a seamless speed frame construction for light weight and supreme comfort. A similar midsole geometry means that the industry leading ride remains as light and smooth as ever. When cushioning and light weight are your top priorities, look no further”. Hoka One One Clifton 3 shoes are designed to feature a higher volume, softe...
Tags: Review, Eu, Sport, Munich, Skiing, Alps, Clifton, Rob Stewart, Hoka One One, Snowsports Clothing, ISPO, Clifton 3 Review, Shoe For Men Review, ISPO World


Family files lawsuit in Canadian filmmaker’s Keys dive death

MIAMI (AP) — The family of a Canadian filmmaker and conservationist who died during a shark filming excursion in the Florida Keys has filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The lawsuit filed Tuesday in the death of 37-year-old Rob Stewart blames negligence on the companies and individuals who organized the January dive. The lawsuit claims Stewart […]
Tags: News, Ap, Miami, Stewart, Florida Keys, Rob Stewart, Nation & World


Ski 4 Cancer Everest Challenge Saalbach-Hinterglemm

Snow.Guide ski editor Rob Stewart visits Saalbach-Hinterglemm in March 2017 to participate in the Ski 4 Cancer Everest Challenge World Record attempt to get more than 250 people skiing the height of Everest in one day – check out the video blog Visit ski4cancer.org to donate The post Ski 4 Cancer Everest Challenge Saalbach-Hinterglemm appeared first on Snow.Guide.
Tags: Sport, Everest, Skiing, Rob Stewart, Saalbach Hinterglemm, Ski Videos, Cancer Everest Challenge Saalbach Hinterglemm


Cineplex Canada Celebrate Canadian Filmmaker Rob Stewart’s Legacy with FREE Screenings of Sharkwater, Today February 25

Cineplex Canada is celebrating Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart’s legacy with FREE Screenings of Sharkwater. Today February 25, 2017, Sharkwater- A Tribute to Rob Stewart events will be hosted at select Cineplex theatres across Canada. Tickets to the film are free in exchange for a donation to WWF-Canada, where funds will go towards supporting the continuation of Rob Stewart’s conservation work. Participating locations: Alberta: Cineplex Odeon Eau Claire Market Cinemas (Calgary) Cineplex Odeo...
Tags: Shopping, Events, Canada, Announcements, Alberta, Cineplex, Rob Stewart, Cineplex Canada, Cineplex Canada Celebrate, WWF Canada, Scotiabank Theatre Winnipeg Ontario, Cineplex Cinemas Forum Montreal Atlantic Canada


Rob Stewart: Missing Canadian film-maker's body found in Florida

Acclaimed Canadian film-maker Rob Stewart disappeared on a dive off the coast of Florida.
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Rob Stewart: Missing Canadian filmmaker's body found in Florida

Acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Rob Stewart disappeared on a dive off the coast of Florida.
Tags: Florida, News, Rob Stewart


Canadian Filmmaker Rob Stewart Found Dead After Scuba Dive

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... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Obituaries, People News, Nassau, Stewart, U S Coast Guard, Florida Keys, Rob Stewart


Rob Stewart: Missing Canadian filmmaker's 'body found' in Florida

The US Coast Guard finds a body shortly after saying it would suspend its search for Rob Stewart.
Tags: Florida, News, US Coast Guard, Rob Stewart


Filmmaker Goes Missing Off Florida Coast While Filming The Follow-up To Sharkwater Doc!

This is terrifying. A Toronto filmmaker and environmentalist has gone missing earlier this week after a night dive while shooting a follow-up to his documentary Sharkwater. On Tuesday, Rob Stewart and two friends were diving near a shipwreck off the Florida Keys when the director disappeared under the water. Related: David Beckham Helps Save Elderly Woman! The U.S. Coast Guard confirmed the search for the 37-year-old continued at dawn on Thursday, with members of the U.S. Navy, the Florida Fish ...
Tags: Florida, Celebs, Toronto, David Beckham, Nassau, Stewart, Coast Guard, U S Coast Guard, U S Navy, Rob Stewart, Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission


Canadian Documentary Maker Missing off Florida Keys

U.S. Coast Guard crews are searching for 'Sharkwater' director Rob Stewart after he vanished during a scuba dive. read more
Tags: Movies, International, Canada, Toronto International Film Festival, U S Coast Guard, Florida Keys, Rob Stewart, THR Online


Coast Guard searches for Canadian diver off Florida Keys

LOWER MATECUMBE KEY, Fla. (AP) — The U.S. Coast Guard is searching the Atlantic off of the Florida Keys for a missing Canadian scuba diver. The agency said in a news release that the crew of The Pisces reported 37-year-old Rob Stewart missing about 5:15 p.m. Tuesday in the vicinity of Alligator Reef, which is […]
Tags: News, Ap, Atlantic, Coast Guard, U S Coast Guard, Fla, Florida Keys, Rob Stewart, Alligator Reef, Nation & World


Goold ‘ol ‘Arry: Best Jokes on Harry Redknapp getting caught by Telegraph sting

Redknapp filmed by the Telegraph By Paul Morrissey Saturday, October 1st, 2016 00:00 Harry Redknapp caught in Telegraph Sting After Big Sam Allardyce was caught with his hands in the proverbial cooki...
Tags: Social, England, News, Sport, Soccer, Fa, Walter Smith, Sam Allardyce, Harry Redknapp, Telegraph, Glen Johnson, Sam, Rob Stewart, Redknapp, Dan McLaughlin, Paul Morrissey


Killjoys Season 2 starts July 1st – watch the first four minutes!

KILLJOYS — Season:2 — Pictured: (l-r) Thom Allison as Pree, Sarah Power as Pawter, Aaron Ashmore as John, Hannah John-Kamen as Duth, Luke Macfarlane as D’Avin, Morgan Kelly as Alvis — (Photo by: Steve Wilkie/Syfy/Killjoys II Productions Limited) Tomorrow night on Syfy sees the return of two series that are the tops of my list of shows on the network to watch – and right now it’s a pretty long list – with Killjoys at 9/8c and Dark Matter at 10/9c.Killjoys is at the top of the list. It does what...
Tags: Television, Syfy, Killjoys, Rob Stewart, Khlyen, Steve Wilkie, Alvis, Luke Macfarlane


How I Received the Opportunity to Work With Rob Stewart

At the age of 14, I was fortunate enough to receive an email from one of my favorite documentary directors, Rob Stewart, asking if I'd be interested in making a film with him. I was flattered. It was a dream come true! Image: Jonah Bryson and Rob Stewart at The Globe And Mail To give more of a background, as a kid, growing up in the south of France, I had the opportunity to visit the Mediterranean Sea during the summers, giving me the opportunity to explore the underwater world -- the world...
Tags: Facebook, News, France, Tim Burton, Canada, Rob, John Williams, Huffington Post, Ontario, Mediterranean Sea, Bala, Rob Stewart, Jonah Bryson, Jonah In Wonderland, Drew Lightfoot, Bala Muskoka