Arthur Jones is an artist & filmmaker based in Los Angeles.

Hello. This website features media by me, Arthur Jones. I’m best known for making documentary films but I enjoy working across a variety of disciplines.

I directed the award-winning documentary film Feels Good Man (2020) and co-directed The Antisocial Network, Netflix (2024). New York Times writer Jamelle Bouie called Feels Good Man, “the best film about the Trump years.” Both of these movies are deeply researched true stories that explore how the internet has made us all a little crazier. Each is visually inventive and filled with unique motion graphics.

In addition to working as a director, I freelance as a graphic designer, illustrator, editor and animator. Versatility is my calling card. I’ve made artwork for books, wine labels and popular podcasts. I’ve edited commercials, comedy specials and short films. I’ve created motion graphics for advertisements and popular docuseries.

My lifelong passion has been drawing comics and cartoons. On occasion, I develop animated shows for TV networks or streaming services. Most recently, I made Unsolved Histories, an animated presentation/pilot,  with writer/comedian Joe Mande for CBS Studios/Paramount Plus. It featured the voices of SNL’s Beck Bennett, Greta Lee and Megalyn Echikunwoke.

I was born in Texas, raised in Missouri and have lived in London, Chicago, Brooklyn and Los Angeles. My alma mater is the Rhode Island School of Design.

Please reach out. I’m excited to work with clients big and small.

  • Special Jury Award for Emerging Filmmaker, Sundance Film Festival, U.S. Documentary Competition, 2020
  • Cinema Eye Honor for Outstanding Achievement in Graphic Design & Animation, 2020
  • Emmy for Outstanding Documentary Research, 2020
  • True/False Rough Cut Retreat Selection, 2019
  • MacDowell Colony Fellow