Welcome to Canada is Short of the Week


We're happy to share that our newest short film, "Welcome to Canada," was recognized as "Short of the Week," with a review by Jason Sondhi who writes that "Go Project Films is one of the great documentary production companies in the short form." 

Welcome to Canada is now featured on The Atlantic

Our newest short film Welcome to Canada premieres on The Atlantic today. The film, directed by Adam Loften and Mary Fowles, tells the story of Mohammed Alsaleh who was born in Hasakeh, Syria, a town he describes to be diverse and accepting. While he was finishing his medical studies in Syria, the war began. Alsaleh faced torture and imprisonment by the Assad regime and was ultimately granted asylum in Canada. “It's really hard to explain the reality on the ground in Syria,” he says in this short film. “Syrians are just caught up in the middle of this nonsense and chaos.” His new life in Vancouver includes assisting newly-arrived Syrian refugee families resettle, find new homes, and begin again.

When A Town Runs Dry is Now a Vimeo Staff Pick

Our new short film When A Town Runs Dry is now a a Vimeo Staff Pick.

This film documents life in Stratford, a small town in California's Central Valley, where years of drought is threatening the livelihood of the community. Directed by Joris Debeij and Produced by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee.

Docs for Earth Day

To celebrate Earth Day, iTunes is offering a special: 99¢ rental for environmental documentaries. Our feature film, Elemental, is included in this collection. Elemental tells the story of three individuals united by their deep connection with nature and driven to confront some of the most pressing ecological challenges of our time. To access the offer, search for "Elemental" in the iTunes store or View Now.

SOLEÁ on The New Yorker

Check out SOLEÁ – a new, beautiful short film co-directed by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee and Pedro Kos. Featured on The New Yorker now.

Soleá at Festival de Sevilla

Our new short film Soleá will have its world premiere at the Seville European Film Festival (Nov 7-15). Soleá was co-directed by Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee & Pedro Kos.