Synopsis: Artist Matt Furie, creator of the comic character Pepe the Frog, begins an uphill battle to take back his iconic cartoon image from those who used it for their own purposes.
Director’s Biography: “Feels Good Man” is Arthur Jones’s directorial debut, but he’s uniquely suited to tell the story. He’s a cartoonist who came up in the same indie comics scene as the film’s subject, Matt Furie. Jones published a book of his illustrations in 2011, Post-it Note Diaries. Over his career, he worked as an art director in animation and motion graphics for journalists and documentary filmmakers, working with multiple prestigious international companies. Recently he’s been a part of several documentary features, including “Seed Money: The Chuck Holmes Story” (2015), “BUNKER 77” (2017), “Owned, A Tale of Two Americas” (2018) and “Hal” (2018).