In that case an evaluation of the films was required

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In that case, an evaluation of the films was required to identify the most qualified project proposal. As you can be seen in the Project Priority Evaluation Form above, there are only three project proposals that fulfilled each of objective set by the company; Project Proposal 1: My Life with Dalai Lama, Project Proposal 6: Keiko—One Whale of a Story & Project Proposal 4: Escape from Rio Japuni. However, there were a number to factors that contributed to the overall decision. To explain: Project Proposal 1: My Life with Dalai Lama; first and foremost, it is an animated film with the potential to win best picture of the year. Also, the film features an animal, Gouda, which can not only generate additional merchandise, but also can be used accordingly to raise environmental concerns. However, it isn’t anticipated to be a big-budget film. Therefore, it was number two on the priority list. Project Proposal 2: Heidi; although this is a big-budget film, it is not animated. Thus, it will not be able to satisfy one of the key objectives set by the company. At the same time, if the film follows the original children’s story once again, it will not be able to raise environmental concerns. Project Proposal 3: The Year of Echo; consequently, this film is a non-animated low-budget film that is very unlikely to win best picture of the year or even generate additional merchandise. For the most part, this project proposal was perhaps the least qualified out of the seven. Project Proposal 4: Escape from Rio Japuni; Despite not saying anything about being a big- budget film, it is an animated film that has the potential to not only win best picture of the year and the best animated feature film, it can generate additional merchandise while addressing environmental concerns simultaneously. However, due to the 80% that it will earn at least 15 percent ROI, the 50-50 chance the ROI will be 20 percent, and the 20% chance that the ROI will be 24 percent, it seemed logical to give this project proposal a higher priority.
Project Proposal 5: Nadia!; unfortunately once again, it is not an animated film. Although it is a very inspiring story that features a Romanian gymnast, it is a low-budget film that is unable to fulfil the vast majority of the company’s objectives. Project Proposal 6: Keiko—One Whale of a Story; perhaps the most qualified project proposal of the group despite having a lower ROI probability overall. Regardless, it is proposed to be an animated big-budget film featuring the habitat of killer whales, namely; Kieko, to show how they respond to human treatment in the real world. Among other things, the project proposal is able to complete each company objective in order to be a qualified candidate.

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