Published Apr 10, 2012Best known for his work on Grimes' amazing "Oblivion" video and Cadence Weapon's new "Conditioning" clip, Edmontonian filmmaker Evan Prosofsky has been working on a passion project about West Edmonton Mall's waterpark for nearly three years.
The film is simply called Waterpark, and will come in at 20 minutes in length when it's all done. The director describes it as his "first foray into semi-narrative/documentary filmmaking" and "an audio/visual exploration of West Edmonton Mall."
Notably, the film was scored by Alex Zhang Hungtai, best known as the mastermind of Dirty Beaches.
In order to complete the film, however, Prosofsky needs to raise $3,500 to wrap up the sound design and soundtrack work. His goal is to do this soon so that he can enter the project into the Edmonton International Film Festival this fall.
As such, Prosofsky has turned to Indiegogo in an attempt to raise funds. More information on the fundraising is available here, while a trailer for the project is available below.