Arthur has over 10 years of film and television production experience as a line producer, producer, and director. He recently wrote and directed the fiction webseries "Three Trembling Cities," an intimate portrait of the NYC immigrant experience. The series won the Made In New York award at the Brooklyn Webfest, Best Drama at the Philly TV Fest, Best Diverse Representation at the Toronto Webfest, and is an official selection at the UK Webfest, Baltimore New Media Webfest, Rome Seriesfest, Katra Film Series, the Downtown LA Film Festival, and the Web Series Festival Global. It's been screened as part of the New York Public Library's Immigrant Heritage Week and the "Not Normal" arts program at the Irondale Theater.
Arthur also wrote and directed the sci-fi feature "Found In Time," distributed by Green Apple Entertainment. It won Best Feature at the Art of Brooklyn Film Festival, Best Sci-Fi Feature at Shriekfest, and was an official selection at 26 festivals, including Boston Sci-Fi, Phoenix/International Horror & Sci-Fi, New Filmmakers/NY, Imagine Fantastic, and GenCon.
Focal Press published his non-fiction book on preproduction, "Preparing For Takeoff: Preproduction for the Independent Filmmaker." He's written filmmaking articles for several online and print publications, including "MovieMaker," "Indie Slate," "Pro Video Coalition," Stareable, and Mixform.
He's currently developing "Bitter Child," a supernatural thriller feature; Die Hunter, a feature about a poacher-turned-ranger (co-written with Arthur Scott); and Highway of Bones, a supernatural/war television series.
"Caleb's Door," Arthur's first feature, is available on DVD and VOD. His shorts "The Prayer Tree," "Matter," "Mornir/Mornen" and "Secret Language" screened at various festivals and art venues, in New York, Texas, Los Angeles, Berlin, and London.
Arthur is the founder of Chaotic Sequence Inc., an independent production company. To date the company has production managed several shorts, seminars, and other projects, as well as "Found In Time" and "Three Trembling Cities."
Arthur has also line produced or production managed several features, including "Helena From The Wedding;" "Goodbye Baby;" "Windows;" "Rock the Paint;" "The Toe Tactic," directed by acclaimed animator Emily Hubley; and "Racing Daylight," starring David Strathairn and Melissa Leo. These films have screened at Sundance, Slamdance, SXSW, Tribeca, Nantucket, Rome, Woodstock, and other festivals, and have gone on to theatrical, DVD, VOD and cable distribution. He's also line produced second-unit shoots, industrials, music videos, and shorts.
Arthur has guest lectured at various colleges, and teaches film production management at Montclair State University. He holds a BFA in Film/Television Production from NYU.