This South African based movie has an international creative team
Director & Executive Producer
After graduating with a bachelors in Animal Behavior, Anthropology, and Psychology, Frankie has spent the last 3 years working for the oceans; spanning from cetacean studies, shark bycatch research & activism.
Based in San Francisco-Sean, and his twin brother Patrick, run Twin Score Studios. Sean is a multi-instrumentalist, teacher, and an award-winning composer. They have completed several short films, documentaries, a commission for the Golden Gate Brass Band and have recorded at Skywalker Ranch. Sean was a finalist in the 2022 Marvin Hamlisch International Film Composing Competition.
Patrick, and his twin brother Sean, operate Twin Score Studios in San Francisco. Patrick is a multi-instrumentalist, teacher, and an award-winning composer. They have completed several short films, documentaries, a commission for the Golden Gate Brass Band and have recorded at Skywalker Ranch.
Motion Graphics Director
Inspired by the natural world around us, Ben has a passion for ideas that can change minds and connect people. He is an award-winning Art Director, assisting brands in diving into the ever-changing digital age. His passion for the ocean has led to his underwater photography being featured on multiple platforms such as National Geographic.
Samanthan Lee Hansen
Samantha hails from South Africa and is a passionate advocate for shark conservation. Her resonant voice will be guiding audiences through the story of The Last Shark. Samantha is also the Director of the Shark & Marine Research Institute.
Photographer & Activist
Part of the original film crew, Margaux has continued working for the oceans with Sea Shepherd and is now pursuing her captains license to spend more time fighting for nature.
Jethro C. Perry
Jethro is an environmentalist and cold water freediver whose primary focus is the protection of our ocean and its inhabitants. For the past few years Jethro has been freediving in Cape Town and has since fallen in love with all the inhabitants that call our oceans home