Harold Feinstein has been the subject of numerous films, radio interviews, TV shows, podcasts and webcasts. His life and work are explored in the feature documentary Last Stop Coney Island, which premiered in 2018 to a sold-out crowd at DOC NYC.
Excerpts from Last Stop Coney Island can be viewed on Facebook and on this website’s Documentary page or on our YouTube Channel. The entire film can be viewed on the Sundance Channel under the title The Man Who Shot New York.
In addition, hundreds of hours of audio and video from Harold’s 50+ years of teaching have been digitized and are being edited and made available. To view these and many more videos of and about Feinstein, please visit and subscribe to Harold’s YouTube channel.
Below are just a few samples from the various categories of videos available on the channel.
Last Stop Coney Island Trailer
Produced and directed by Andy Dunn
The entire film can be viewed on the Sundance Channel and BBC Select
The Kodakery Podcast: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein
with filmaker Andy Dunn and curator Carrie Scott, produced by The Kodakery, November 12, 2019
Harold Feinstein and The Photo League
Last Stop Coney Island: The Life and Photography of Harold Feinstein, produced and directed by Andy Dunn
A Walk Through with Harold Feinstein, 1989 Retrospective, Penn State's Edwin W. Zoller Gallery
A virtual gallery walk wtih Harold Feinstein created from an old audio recording, produced by David Hill Gallery and Carrie Scott and Partners
Uninterrupted Seeing: A Short Film about Harold Feinstein
Produced and directed by Todd Weinstein
Ted Forbes Art of Photography webcast: Harold Feinstein: Is Photography Art?
Produced by Ted Forbes for his webcast Art of Photography Show
Short film produced by LIFE Magazine
Featuring Harold Feinstein's floral photography
Television News: ABC Nightline excerpt
Harold Feinstein's Coney Island
Excerpts from the Teaching Materials: Making that piece of paper come alive
A clip from a Harold Feinstein class, October 6, 1999 in Arlington, MA
Feinstein in His on Words: Dancer's Arms
Harold shares thoughts on his own photographs
Photo Commentary: Curator Francois Cheval
a short clip from a studio visit from Francois Cheval, 2018
Unknown Street Photography Genius
a video feature from Framelines Magazine 2022