A short guide on how to effectively advocate against shark nets and drumlines.

It's normal to feel angry, sad, helpless and plenty of other mixed feelings after learning about this barbaric issue, happening in supposedly 'developed' countries.

Here's a simple guide of how to talk to people who don't have that knowledge yet, and might not want to hear it.

Getting them to listen isn't easy, but it is important.

For visual people, time-poor people, or skeptics, showing the film trailer is a great 'hook' to break down initial barriers.

The images obtained via Freedom of Information can also show an unbiased view of just how many animals die. It's great for the skeptics as they are from the Government's own archives.

For detail oriented people who like to read and digest info, this document summarising all the latest scientific papers on this topic can be a great resource.

And of course, if we have done our job as filmmakers, the best fact, science, visual and emotive thing to consume will be the documentary itself. 


For those still wanting more info, the facts page of this website is a great resource, as are our social channels.


For those wanting to do something to help, the act now page is the place to go.