Essay about Film Prioritization

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In this scenario, a large film making conglomerate wishes to examine a number of potential film making projects. Each project is to be ranked according to its feasibility, measured by the ability to adhere to a number of corporate objectives. There are seven proposed movies to be judged and the conglomerate will produce four to six each year.
First is to examine each of those projects to the corporate objectives, compare and contrasting project selection criteria and justify why a project meets the selection criteria. The corporation has three ‘must have ‘ objectives as follow: All of the projects need to meet legal, safety and environmental standard, all of the film projects should receive a PG or lower advisory rating, all projects
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Not all of the ‘want' objectives are likely to be fulfilled by this proposal. Given the large budget, and all-star cast, the movie stands a good chance of winning Best Picture. However, no new animated characters will be introduced by this film. Merchandising opportunities are very likely. Using the Swiss Alp location could give the corporation an opportunity to raise public awareness of environmental issues and concerns, and there is a greater than 50% chance of generating 18% ROI. Although there is no opportunity to advance the art of film animation, the picture would undoubtedly preserve the firm's reputation. Finally, the location could also give rise to a new theme park ride.
In summary, Heidi results in a point value of 85 points
Project Proposal 3: The Year of the Echo Few, if any, of the corporate ‘must have' objectives are met by this proposal. The film is highly unlikely to receive a PG or lower advisory rating, and could have a very adverse effect on current and future operations. Given the subject material, it is also possible that legal standards could be violated. Only eighteen points total will be awarded in this category. Low budget documentaries rarely receive a Best Picture nomination at the Academy Awards, and the production would not result in any new animated characters, or an advance in that industry. However, since the film would be based on a