Our Q&A with the film's director Andy Dunn hosted by Carrie Scott, the curator of Found: A Harold Feinstein Exhibition.

“Pennebaker said people with cameras live peculiar and magical lives.” With a great eye and an ability to immediately put people at ease, Harold Feinstein captured searing images of Coney Island in the ‘40s and ‘50s.

His black and white photography spans six decades from the 1940s and celebrates the diversity of his native city, New York. The stunning visions serve as a love letter to the Big Apple and its people.