Harold Feinstein: the genius photographer who made New York his muse
More than just a photographer, New Yorker Harold Feinstein had an unquenchable thirst for life. Watch The Man Who Shot New York as well as other art and history documentaries on BBC Select – a new streaming service on Amazon Prime Video Channels and the Apple TV app.
Some called him a guru. His zen-like attitude and unique, pleasure-seeking outlook on life endeared him to many who crossed his path. But it was only in his final years that Harold Feinstein’s genius as a street photographer came to light. Accessing his huge archive and using never before seen footage this film explores the man who made New York City his muse and lived life to the fullest.
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