Film Priortisation

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Project management
Film prioritization
Introduction
This report goes on to evaluate 7 projects that were completed by a large entertainment conglomerate situated in California, USA, which is more popularly known as Walt Disney Studios. In project management perspective the following projects that were completed will be prioritized based on our preliminary research which we, as a group had carried out.

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Project proposal 1 – My life with Dalai Lama by Dimithri2 Project proposal 2 – Heidi by Kithmin3

Project proposal 3 – The year of the Echo by Shezaad4

Project proposal 4 – Escape from RIO Japuni by Sumanthiran5

Project proposal 5 – Nadia by Rimaz6

Project proposal 6 – One whale of a story by Keethan7

Project proposal 7 – Grand Island by Dimithri8

Conclusion 9-10

The project priority evaluation report has been carried out as a summary for all projects. Also note there is an annexed appendix which includes the financial evaluation of all projects, where the given financial data has been used to compute the expected return on investment.

Project proposal 1 – My life with Dalai Lama

Must objectives| Must meet if impacts| Project 1 - My life with Dalai Lama| Comments| | | | |
Meet all safety and environmental standards | Y = yes | N/A|  | | N = no | | |
| N/A = not applicable | | |
PG (Parental Guidance) or G rating | Y = yes | Y| Animated and Cartoonish. Any very much suitable for children| | N = no | | |
| N/A = not applicable | | |
No adverse effects on other operations | Y = yes | N/A|  | | N = no | | |
| N/A = not applicable | | |
Want objectives | Relative Importance 1-100| Single project impact definitions | Weighted score| Comments| Be nominated for Best Picture of the Year | 60| 0 = No potential | 60| There are other better film productions that deserve to be better. Nevertheless. | | | 1 = Low potential | | |

| | 2 = High potential | | |
Create a new, major animated character | 20| 0 = No potential | 40| Dalai Lama animated character| | | 1 = Low potential | | |
| | 2 = High potential | | |
Generate additional merchandise | 10| 0 = No potential | 10| T-shirts, Tea cups, may be?| | | 1 = Low potential | | |
| | 2 = High potential | | |
Raise environmental concerns | 55| 0 = No potential | 55| Clean animation. Not environmental damage created.| | | 1 = Low potential | | |
| | 2 = High potential | | |
Generate profit greater than 18% | 70| 0 < 18%| 0| The expected return on investment is less than 18%. Hence the profit generation did not exceed 18%. (See appendix)| | | 1 = 18 – 22% | | |

| | 2 > 22% | | |
Advance state of film animation | 40| 0 = No potential | 40| There are better animations| | | 1 = Low potential | | |
| | 2 = High potential | | |
Provide basis for new theme ride | 10| 0 = No potential | 0| Unlikely. Does not cater to entire population| | | 1 = Low potential | | |
| | 2 = High potential | | |
Total weighted score| 205| |

Project proposal 2 – Heidi

Must objectives| Must meet if impacts| Project 2 - Heidi| Comments| | | | |
Meet all safety and environmental standards | Y = yes | Yes| It is a must objective to be fulfilled. As an animated movie it doesn’t have any environmental impact | | N = no | | |
| N/A = not applicable | | |
PG (Parental Guidance) or G rating | Y = yes | Yes| Animated and Cartoons, Suitable for children| | N = no | | |
| N/A = not applicable | | |
No adverse effect on other operations | Y = yes | N/A|  | | N = no | | |
| N/A = not applicable | | |
Want objectives | Relative Importance 1-100| Single project impact definitions |...
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