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Feels Good Man ()


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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.

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Matt Furie ...
Self - Artist, Creator of Pepe the Frog
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Robert Barnes ...
Self - Attorney, InfoWars (archiveFootage)
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Self - Full Frontal With Samantha Bee (archiveFootage)
Jeremy Blackburn ...
Self
Susan Blackmore ...
Self - Psychologist and Memetist
Matt Braynard ...
Self - Executive Director, Look Ahead America
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Self (archiveFootage)
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Self (archiveFootage)
Joel Finkelstein ...
Self - Director, Network Contagion Research Institute
Ursala Furie ...
Self
Nicolette Gray ...
Self (archiveFootage)
John Michael Greer ...
Self - Occultist and Scholar
Lisa Hanawalt ...
Self - Artist and Writer
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Self - Comedian and TV writer
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Self - Host, InfoWars (archiveFootage)
Aleks Krotoski ...
Self - Psychologist and Journalist
Kevin Sukho Lee ...
Self - Artist
Stephanie Lin ...
Self - Intellectual Property Attorney, WilmerHale
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Self (archiveFootage)
Mike Majlak ...
Self (archiveFootage)
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Self (archiveFootage) (voice)
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Self (archiveFootage) (as Onika Maraj-Petty)
Kiah Morris ...
Self (archiveFootage)
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Self (archiveFootage)
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Self (archiveFootage)
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Self - Founder, 4chan.org (archiveFootage)
Marc Randazza ...
Self - Attorney, InfoWars
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Self (archiveFootage)
Toby Reynolds ...
Self
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Self (archiveFootage)
Johnny Ryan ...
Self - Typical Cartoonist
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Self - Director, Center of Extremism Anti-Defamation League
Adam Serwer ...
Self - Staff Writer, The Atlantic
Skinner ...
Self - Artist
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Self (archiveFootage)
Louis Tompros ...
Self - Intellectual Property Attorney, WilmerHale
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Self (archiveFootage)
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Self (archiveFootage)
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Self (archiveFootage)
Aiyana Udesen ...
Self - Artist, Matt's Partner

Directed by

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Arthur Jones

Written by

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Giorgio Angelini ... ()
 
Matt Furie ... (based on original artwork by)
 
Arthur Jones ... ()
 
Aaron Wickenden ... ()

Produced by

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Giorgio Angelini ... producer
Maggie Angelini ... co-producer
Leslie Berriman ... co-executive producer
Caryn Capotosto ... producer
Kathryn Everett ... co-executive producer
Kurt Keppeler ... co-producer
Justin Lacob ... co-executive producer
Nion McEvoy ... co-executive producer
Kerry McLaughlin ... co-producer
Bryn Mooser ... executive producer
Julie Parker Benello ... executive producer
Joe Plummer ... executive producer
Rick Rosenthal ... executive producer
Regina K. Scully ... co-executive producer
Nancy Stephens ... executive producer
Caitlin Ward ... co-producer
Jenifer Westphal ... executive producer
Aaron Wickenden ... producer

Music by

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Ari Balouzian
Ryan Hope

Cinematography by

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Giorgio Angelini ... director of photography
Kurt Keppeler ... director of photography
Guy Mossman ... director of photography
David Usui

Film Editing by

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Drew Blatman
Katrina Taylor
Aaron Wickenden

Editorial Department

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Joshua Lee Bashknight ... assistant editor
Harry Locke IV ... on-line editor
Nic Maier ... video digitization
Caitlin Ward ... assistant editor

Sound Department

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Lawrence Everson ... re-recording mixer / sound designer
Ryan McGuigan ... sound mixer
Cindy Takehara Ferruccio ... sound editor
Justin W. Walker ... dialogue editor

Camera and Electrical Department

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Christian Bruno ... cinematographer
Ford Fischer ... camera operator: archival footage
Kurt Keppeler ... cinematographer
Guy Mossman ... cinematographer
Tijana Petrovic ... additional camera
David Usui ... cinematographer
Ben Wu ... Additional Camera

Animation Department

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Jenna Caravello ... animator
Arthur Jones ... animator
Nicole Stafford ... animator
Khylin Woodrow ... animator

Music Department

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Jessica Berndt ... music clearance
Trevor Estes ... musician
Eli Pearl ... additional music: writer "Wojack"
Chris Swanson ... music supervisor

Additional Crew

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Katy Alimohammadi ... Clearance Counsel
Chris Perez ... Clearance Counsel
Tim Pool ... additional material
Colin Tilley ... additional material

Thanks

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Jennifer Brandel ... special thanks
Don Caldwell ... special thanks
Yuriy Chichkov ... special thanks
Sam Cormier ... special thanks
Adam Goldworm ... special thanks
Steven Heller ... special thanks
Brad Kim ... special thanks
Miles Klee ... special thanks
Karin Kresel ... special thanks
Jeff Malmberg ... special thanks
Kerry McLaughlin ... special thanks
Chris Shellen ... special thanks
Clint Smith ... special thanks
Will Sommer ... special thanks
Julian Wadsworth ... special thanks
Bryan Woodland ... special thanks

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Storyline

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Additional Details

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Also Known As
  • Pepe the Frog: Feels Good Man (United Kingdom)
  • Ништяк, браток (Russia)
  • Smutna żaba (Poland)
  • Pepe the Frog (Sweden)
  • Ніштяк, чуваче (Ukraine)
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Runtime
  • 92 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia Directorial debut of Arthur Jones. See more »
Movie Connections Features Dr. Phil (2002). See more »
Soundtracks Living In Hell See more »
Quotes Self - Psychologist and Memetist: The whole idea of memes comes from Richard Dawkins' 1976 book, "The Selfish Gene." Most of the book is about what he called "universal Darwinism," which said, "All of biology is driven by genes, but culture is driven by memes." He said, "Look around you and you'll see, floating about in the primeval soup of culture, is information copied by imitation from person to person." So that would include chairs... trousers... hairstyles. All of these things are only here because humans have copied them, and the ones around us are the winners in an evolutionary battle. And then, gradually, came the concept of Internet memes. And people can easily see that process happening with Pepe. Pepe is a wonderful example of a meme that escaped out there into the meme-osphere and suffered all the things you'd expect of a meme.
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