Kenji Yamamoto is a Sundance fellow whose work has won many awards and screened worldwide. As part of Kelly+Yamamoto Productions, he produced and edited the environmental documentary REBELS WITH A CAUSE (APT), narrated by Frances McDormand, and a documentary trilogy about the transformative power of art: DOWNSIDE UP (PBS INDEPENDENT LENS, internationally, ITVS TRUE STORIES: LIFE IN THE USA); SMITTEN, (PBS Primetime Special); and TRUST: SECOND ACTS IN YOUNG LIVES (PBS AMERICA REFRAMED). He produced and edited THOUSAND PIECES OF GOLD (PBS American Playhouse series). THOUSAND PIECES OF GOLD starred Rosalind Chao and Chris Cooper. Independently of Kelly+Yamamoto Productions, Kenji edited Rebecca Parrish’s RADICAL GRACE, Hot Docs 2015 Top 5 Audience Favorite., Jennifer Taylor’s NEW MUSLIM COOL, (P.O.V.) winner of the Al Jazeera International Film Festival Freedom Award, and Mark Lipman and Helen Cohen’s STATES OF GRACE, winner of audience awards at Mill Valley, Seattle Lesbian and Gay, and Napa Valley Film Festivals. Kenji participated in the Sundance Documentary Edit Lab with NEW MUSLIM COOL and the Sundance Screenwirter’s Lab with THOUSAND PIECES OF GOLD.