Living between Berlin and Los Angeles, Stefanie Schneider is a multimedia artist exploring dreamscapes through her work. Stefanie exploits the distinctive qualities of exposed Polaroid instant film.
As we power towards the end of 2013 and after over 10 years in the industry, Stefanie Schneider presents ‘The Girl behind the White Picket Fence’, her first feature film.
‘The Girl behind the White Picket Fence’ is an analog film. Varying in speed, tone and emotion, the film is an insight into Stefanie’s mind as she explores sunny, hot, in love, open spaces which she says “evoke freedom but also banishment”. In this project, each actor was invited to write his or her own story of love that Schneider then pieced together to make some sense of fate. This film is about old fashioned analog beauty, combining love and life choices. It’s a film about searching, about truth and sometimes about where that truth takes us.
After everything had been shot, scanned and then finally sequenced into 4,000 Polaroid photographs, ‘The Girl behind the White Picket Fence’ was born, accompanied by a beautiful series of images…
You can view the full series through Stefanie’s website.