Sharkwise, a journey of discovery

A true story by
Marc Sluszny

"It's not how good you are, only how good you want to be"

Marc Sluszny was born on February 1, 1962 in Antwerp, Belgium. Marc has a voracious appetite for risk and adventure, which he satisfies by challenging the elements of nature through the practice of extreme sports. You have to stay focused and keep a cool head to stay alive, you’re always on the edge. It requires heavy doses of self-discipline, confidence and the ability to channel the same mysterious energy that unfailingly guides the Zen Archer’s arrow to its target. It also doesn’t hurt to maintain a healthy disregard for one’s own safety.”


Narrated by
Martin Sheen has been a prolific performer on TV and in feature films since the late 1960s. He started on stage in New York, earning a Tony nomination for his performance in The Subject Was Roses (1964), a role he repeated in the 1968 film version. A young intense leading man, he played a disaffected killer in 1973’s Badlands and starred in the famously troubled production of Francis Ford Coppola’s Apocalypse Now (1979). Some of his best-known work has been on television: he starred in The Execution of Private Slovik (1974), won an Emmy for TV’s The Long Road Home (1981) and portrayed both Robert F. Kennedy (in 1974’s The Missiles of October) and John F. Kennedy (in 1983’s Kennedy).

Sheen is the father of actors Charlie Sheen, Emilio Estevez, Renee Estevez and Ramon Estevez. Sheen’s father was from Spain and his mother was from Ireland. He has been arrested more than 60 times for protesting such things as nuclear weapons and the treatment of the homeless in the US.


Music by
Dirk Brosse has appeared as a guest conductor for high profile orchestras, such as The London Philharmonic Orchestra, The Elgin Symphony Orchestra of Chicago and many more. Recently, Dirk Brossé was asked by John Williams to conduct the World tour of ‘Star Wars In Concert’.

A multifaceted and productive composer, Dirk has composed more than a 100 classical works, which are being performed in over 40 countries. His best-known soundtracks are ‘Koko Flanel’, ‘Licht’, Stijn Coninx’s ‘de Kavijaks’ and ‘Daens’ (Academy Award Nominee, 1993).


Directed by
Lieven Debrauwer is a young Belgian director. Well-known for his creative short films, his first feature movie ‘Pauline & Paulette’ (2001) was a greatly admired and awarded success. (‘Public Award’ at the 2001 Cannes film festival). His second feature movie, the humoristic ‘Confituur’, opened the Venice film festival “Giornate degli autori” (2004).