Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has been featured in prestigious publications, television networks, museums and festivals worldwide. The many projects produced by his Go Project Films include Marie’s Dictionary, Isle de Jean Charles, Path of Freedom and Elemental. He is the founder and executive director of the Global Oneness Project, an award-winning online multimedia platform that brings the values of global citizenry into mainstream education. He also directs the Spiritual Ecology Fellowship, an innovative leadership and incubation program that works with emerging leaders to bring spiritual values into environmental work. The son of Sufi lineage holder Llewelynn Vaughan-Lee, he is a Naqshbandhi Sufi and lives in Northern California with his wife and two children. We spoke about the influence of spirituality on his mission as a filmmaker, educator and social activist. Learn more about Emmanuel Vaughan-Lee here.

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