Arthur Jones

director, “Feels Good Man”

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Arthur Jones’ new documentary tells the story of Pepe the Frog and cartoonist Matt Furie’s quest to reclaim his creation from the clutches of racists, trolls, and internet edgelords.

‘Feels Good Man’: How Pepe the Frog became a mascot for the alt-right and white supremacists

Arthur Jones’ new documentary tells the story of Pepe the Frog and cartoonist Matt Furie’s quest to reclaim his creation from the clutches of racists, trolls, and internet edgelords.

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