We believe that stories have the power to change the lens in which you view the world.
Go Project Films is the film production arm of the Global Oneness Project–the award-winning online multi-media educational platform. Our work has been featured on PBS, National Geographic, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, TED, exhibited at The Smithsonian and screened at festivals worldwide. Recent films include the award-winning documentary short Earthrise and virtual reality experience Sanctuaries of Silence, acclaimed shorts Welcome to Canada, Marie’s Dictionary, Isle de Jean Charles, and the award-winning feature documentary, Elemental.
Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee is an award-winning filmmaker, musician and composer. His work has been featured on National Geographic, PBS, The New York Times, The New Yorker, The Atlantic, Outside Magazine, exhibited at The Smithsonian and screened at festivals and theaters worldwide. He has directed numerous acclaimed films including Marie’s Dictionary, Isle de Jean Charles, Yukon Kings, Elemental, Barrio de Paz and What Would it Look Like. Prior to his work in film, Emmanuel performed with some of the biggest names in Jazz, as well as releasing two critically acclaimed records Previous Misconceptions and Borrowed Time.
Award-winning filmmaker, lawyer, and born storyteller, Kalyanee Mam is committed to telling stories that help change the way we view ourselves and our place in this world. Born in Battambang, Cambodia during the Khmer Rouge Regime, she and her family fled the refugee camps at the Thai-Cambodian border and eventually immigrated to the United States in 1981. Even to this day her mother recounts stories of their flight through jungles laden with land mines. Her film A River Changes Course, which she directed and produced, has won several awards, including the Grand Jury Award for World Cinema Documentary at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and the Golden Gate Award for Best Documentary Feature at the 2013 San Francisco International Film Festival.
Adam Loften is a director, editor, cinematographer, and producer for short documentary films that highlight pressing social and environmental issues. His work has been featured on PBS, National Geographic, The Atlantic, and The New York Times.
Devin Tellatin is a producer for the Global Oneness Project. Devin holds a masters degree in International Affairs from the New School in New York City. Prior to moving to California and joining Go Project Films, Devin worked in the realm of International Development at the United Nations. Devin is passionate about sharing global stories to inspire social and environmental change.