Arata Mori’s creative practice crosses over the fields of documentary filmmaking, dance-theatre, architecture and visual arts. He is the graduate of the Fine Art course at Central Saint Martins in London and the grantee of Asian Cultural Council's individual fellowship 2022. In 2021, his creative documentary film “A Million”, a fake travelogue about an imaginary city on the real urban cities along Chinese new silk road, was premiered at the 64th Dok Leipzig. Since 2019, he co-directs the feature-length documentary “Johatsu - the Missing” with Andreas Hartmann, co-produced by BR/ARTE. He is also the co-founder and co-director of the architecture video project, another :, and works as a freelance director for Japanese broadcasts such as NHK and WOWOW.