Susan Casey, a journalist assigned to report on the hunt for a great white shark that killed a beloved surfing icon, stumbles on a team of scientists desperately trying to protect great whites from Earth's greatest predator: humans. The scientists, who live on a harsh, desolate patch of rock called the Farallones, allow Susan into their lives, where she is faced with a choice: Report the story she's been assigned, or gamble her career, her relationship, and ultimately her life to save a creature most people view as a vicious monster.
From Antarctica to the tropical Pacific, Paul Atkins has filmed the world's wildlife and cultures for National Geographic, for the BBC including many of their most successful series from TRIALS... more»
Brett Wagner is a director and screenwriter based in Honolulu and Los Angeles. His latest film, CHIEF, was named "one of the ten must-see shorts of the 2008 Sundance Film Festival" by IndieWIRE. In... more»
Producer Grace Atkins has spent decades of her career producing films for the BBC and National Geographic in tandem with her husband, director/cinematographer Paul Atkins. Her recent work in the... more»
Nicolas Gonda has over ten years of experience in the film industry, involving every aspect of filmmaking from development to distribution. He began his career while attending New York University,... more»
Emmanuel "Chivo" Lubezki is one of the most acclaimed cinematographers of his generation. His films include CHILDREN OF MEN and Y TU MAMA TAMBIEN, directed by Alfonso Cuaron; ALI, directed by... more»
Terrence Malick--Executive Producer