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Project 1 and project 2

My Life with the Dalai Lama Dali Lama is considered a religious official of Budhism.The film is about religious teaching of Buddhism and all religious teachings basically carry the same message of love, compassion and forgiveness but the most important thing is all these should be the part of our

Heidi is a famous children story and it is all about a little girl named Heidi who was grown up under the tender protection of her grandfather in Swiss Alps.

Project Proposal 1 & 2 Evaluation Form:(Must Objectives)

|Must Objective |1 |2 |
|Meets all and |Yes |Yes |
|environmental standards | | |
|PG or P rating |Yes |Yes |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Yes |Yes |

Project Proposal 1 & 2 Evaluation Form:(Want Objectives)

|Want |1 |comments |2 |Comments |
|objectives | | | | |
|Be nominated for |Low potential |Film is mainly focused on Dalai Lama’s life |High potential |It has awesome scenery and|
|Best Picture of | | | |a big budget film which |
|the Year | | | |may have high quality |
| | | | |graphics |
|Generate |No Potential |Being religious character it may not have any |High Potenital |They can make music CD’s |
|additional | |chance of making action figures or music CD’s | |since there is music in |
|merchandise | | | |this movie |
|Create a new, |No Potential |This is all about religious personality |High potential |Heidi can be the major |
|major animated | | | |animated character |
|character | | | | |
|Raise |Low potential |This film is not focusing on environmental issues |No potential |This movie does not have |
|environmental | |but somehow it may connect wild life | |any environmental concerns|
|concerns | | | |as it focus mainly on |
| | | | |little girl life |
|Generate profit |1 > 18% |(80x8+50x18+20x24)%= 21% |2>22% |(80*2+50*20+20*30)%= >22% |
|greater than 18% | | | | |
|Advance state of |No Impact |Focusing on a religious figure |Great Impact |Can maintain the firm |
|film animation | | | |reputation because of top |
| | | | |stars featuring in the |
| | | | |film |
|Provide basis for |No potential |No relationship with development of new ride with a|No potential |It focusing on a child |
|new theme ride | |religious figure at the company theme park | |character so company can |
| | | | |not make theme rides |

Project 1, 2 final evaluation form

|Must objectives |Must meet if impacts |1 |2 |
|Meets all and |Y= yes |Y |Y |
|environmental standards |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|PG or P rating |Y= yes |Y |Y |
| |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Y= yes | |Y |Y |
| |N =no | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | |
|Want |Relative Importance|Single project impact definitions |Weighted Score|Weighted Score|
|objectives |1-100 | | | |
|Be nominated for Best Picture of the Year|60 |0 < No potential |60 |120 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate additional merchandise |20 |0 < No potential |0 |40 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Create a new, major animated character |30 |0 < No potential | |0 |60 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | | |
|Raise |50 |0 < No potential |50 |0 |
|environmental | |1 > Low potential | | |
|concerns | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate profit greater than 18% |70 |0 < 18% |70 |140 |
| | |1 > 18% | | |
| | |2 > 22% | | |
|Advance state of film animation |40 |0 Some impact | | |
| | |2 > Great impact | | |
|Provide basis for new theme ride |10 |0 < No potential |0 |0 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
| | | | | | |
|Total weighted score |180 |400 |
| | |Priority | | |

Project 3 and Project 4 (must objectives)

|Must Objective |1 |2 |
|Meets all and |No |Yes |
|environmental standards | | |
|PG or P rating |No |Yes |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Yes |Yes |

Special Note: project no 3 is rejected on the basis of two must Nos

Project 4 (Want objectives)

|Want |1 |comments |
|objectives | | |
|Be nominated for |High potential |This is an animated movie and also have a big chance to make attractive pic |
|Best Picture of | |scenes |
|the Year | | |
|Generate |High potential |Can make some good interactive games |
|additional | | |
|merchandise | | |
|Create a new, |High potential |Animated movie |
|major animated | | |
|character | | |
|Raise |High potential |Can raise environmental concern |
|environmental | | |
|concerns | | |
|Generate profit |2> 22% |(80x15+50x20+20x24)%= 21% |
|greater than 18% | | |
|Advance state of |No Impact |Can make impact on advanced state of film animation |
|film animation | | |
|Provide basis for |No potential |Company can build adventures forest like amazon and can add movie characters |
|new theme ride | |there like Pablo and can also make 3D movie theater in the theme park |

Project 3 & 4 (final evaluation form)

|Must objectives |Must meet if impacts |1 |2 |
|Meets all and |Y= yes |N |Y |
|environmental standards |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|PG or P rating |Y= yes |N |Y |
| |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Y= yes | |Y |Y |
| |N =no | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | |
|Want |Relative Importance|Single project impact definitions |Weighted Score|Weighted Score|
|objectives |1-100 | | | |
|Be nominated for Best Picture of the Year|60 |0 < No potential |0 |120 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate additional merchandise |20 |0 < No potential |0 |40 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Create a new, major animated character |30 |0 < No potential | |0 |60 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | | |
|Raise |50 |0 < No potential |0 |100 |
|environmental | |1 > Low potential | | |
|concerns | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate profit greater than 18% |70 |0 < 18% |0 |140 |
| | |1 > 18% | | |
| | |2 > 22% | | |
|Advance state of film animation |40 |0 Some impact | | |
| | |2 > Great impact | | |
|Provide basis for new theme ride |10 |0 < No potential |0 |20 |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
| | | | | | |
|Total weighted score |0 |560 |

Project 5 Olga Nadia: this movie is about girl who was a youngest girl to win the laurels and also won three gold medals at the summer Olympics in 1976 and has been recognize as a player who make popular the game globally.

Project 5 (Must and Want Objectives)

|Must objectives |Must meet if impacts |Project 5 | |
|Meets all and |Y= yes |Y | |
|environmental standards |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|PG or P rating |Y= yes |Y | |
| |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Y= yes | |Y | |
| |N =no | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | |
|Want |Relative Importance|Single project impact |Weighted Score |Reasons |
|objectives |1-100 |definitions | | |
|Be nominated for Best Picture of the Year|60 |0 < No potential |60 |It talks about real life story |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate additional merchandise |20 |0 < No potential |20 |Can produce CDs and as character can be|
| | |1 > Low potential | |included for interactive games |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Create a new, major animated character |30 |0 < No potential | |0 |Due to high cost it may not be |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |visualized in the form of an animated |
| | |2 > High potential | | |character |
|Raise |50 |0 < No potential |0 |It can not raise environmental concern |
|environmental | |1 > Low potential | |since it is base on bibliography of a |
|concerns | |2 > High potential | |player |
|Generate profit greater than 18% |70 |0 < 18% |0 |ROI of less than 18% |
| | |1 > 18% | | |
| | |2 > 22% | | |
|Advance state of film animation |40 |0 Some impact | | |
| | |2 > Great impact | | |
|Provide basis for new theme ride |10 |0 < No potential |20 |This can help up a new focus because |
| | |1 > Low potential | |theme parks can include gym activites |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
| | | | | | |
|Total weighted score |100 | |

Project 6 – KEIKO The Killer Whale:

The Whale born in ocean and then captured by a shipping boat and was sold to Canada and then was resold to an amusement park in Mexico.

Earth Island institute and other environmental associations focused on releasing the animal to its wild life. Many organizations donated for this mission

Project proposal 6 – Evaluation Form

|Must objectives |Must meet if impacts |Project 6 | |
|Meets all and |Y= yes |Y | |
|environmental standards |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|PG or P rating |Y= yes |Y | |
| |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Y= yes | |Y | |
| |N =no | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | |
|Want |Relative Importance|Single project impact |Weighted Score|Reasons |
|objectives |1-100 |definitions | | |
|Be nominated for Best Picture of the Year|60 |0 < No potential |120 |As the film is animated one hence |
| | |1 > Low potential | |children will be more interested as |
| | |2 > High potential | |children like cartoons much. |
| | | | |This would also visualize the sea world|
|Generate additional merchandise |20 |0 < No potential |40 |Can produce CDs and as character can be|
| | |1 > Low potential | |included for interactive games |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Create a new, major animated character |30 |0 < No potential | | 60 |This can bring the actual footage of |
| | |1 > Low potential | | |the wahle In a realistic animated |
| | |2 > High potential | | |environment and the character could |
| | | | | |become a major one in the future |
|Raise |50 |0 < No potential |100 |It has been a performing animal |
|environmental | |1 > Low potential | | |
|concerns | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate profit greater than 18% |70 |0 < 18% |70 |ROI equal to 18% |
| | |1 > 18% | | |
| | |2 > 22% | | |
|Advance state of film animation |40 |0 Some impact | |computer imaginary |
| | |2 > Great impact | | |
|Provide basis for new theme ride |10 |0 < No potential |10 |This can help up a new focus because |
| | |1 > Low potential | |theme parks can include water base |
| | |2 > High potential | |activities |
| | | | | | |
|Total weighted score |480 | |

Project 7 – The Grand Island

It’s a city in the Hall country Nebraska United States. Grand Island won the all American city awards three times.

Project 7

|Must objectives |Must meet if impacts |1 |Comments |
|Meets all and |Y= yes |Yes | |
|environmental standards |N =no | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|PG or P rating |Y= yes |Yes |This can be watch by general audience / any age|
| |N =no | |group |
| |N/A = not applicable | | |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Y= yes | |Yes |This is low cost budget movie |
| |N =no | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | |
|Want |Relative |Single project impact |Weighted |Reasons |
|objectives |Importance |definitions |Score | |
| |1-100 | | | |
|Be nominated for Best |60 |0 < No potential |60 |Due to environmental touch |
|Picture of the Year | |1 > Low potential | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate additional |20 |0 < No potential |0 |Only general environment no particular |
|merchandise | |1 > Low potential | |celebrity is there |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
|Create a new, major |30 |0 < No potential | |0 |Based on true story no animated characters |
|animated character | |1 > Low potential | | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | | |
|Raise |50 |0 < No potential |100 |Highly raise concern on toxic waste disposing |
|environmental | |1 > Low potential | |and water pollution |
|concerns | |2 > High potential | | |
|Generate profit greater |70 |0 < 18% |0 |ROI is less than 18% |
|than 18% | |1 > 18% | | |
| | |2 > 22% | | |
|Advance state of film |40 |0 Some impact | | |
| | |2 > Great impact | | |
|Provide basis for new |10 |0 < No potential |10 |It is possible to create boat rides calling it |
|theme ride | |1 > Low potential | |Grand Island River |
| | |2 > High potential | | |
| | | | | | |
|Total weighted score |170 | |
| | |Priority | | |

Conclusion: Evaluation Form Project 1 to 7

|Must objectives |Must meet if impacts |1 |2 |3 |4 |5 |6 |7 |
|Meets all and |Y= yes |Y |Y |N |Y |Y |Y |Y |
|environmental standards |N =no | | | | | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | | | | | |
|PG or P rating |Y= yes |Y |Y |N |Y |Y |Y |Y |
| |N =no | | | | | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | | | | | |
|No adverse effect on other operations |Y= yes | |Y |Y |Y |Y |Y |Y |Y |
| |N =no | | | | | | | | |
| |N/A = not applicable | | | | | | | | |
|Want |Relative |Single project impact |Weighte|Weighted |Weighted |Weighted |Weighted |Weighted |Weighted |
|objectives |Importance |definitions |d Score|Score |Score |Score |Score |Score |Score |
| |1-100 | | | | | | | | |
|Be nominated for Best |60 |0 < No potential |60 |120 |0 |120 |60 |120 |60 |
|Picture of the Year | |1 > Low potential | | | | | | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | | | | | | |
|Generate additional |20 |0 < No potential |0 |40 |0 |40 |20 |40 |0 |
|merchandise | |1 > Low potential | | | | | | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | | | | | | |
|Create a new, major |30 |0 < No potential | |0 |60 |0 |60 |0 |60 |
|animated character | |1 > Low potential | | | | | | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | | | | | | |
|Generate profit greater |70 |0 < 18% |70 |140 |0 |140 |0 |70 |0 |
|than 18% | |1 > 18% | | | | | | | |
| | |2 > 22% | | | | | | | |
|Advance state of film |40 |0 Some impact | | | | | | | |
| | |2 > Great impact | | | | | | | |
|Provide basis for new |10 |0 < No potential |0 |0 |0 |20 |20 |10 |10 |
|theme ride | |1 > Low potential | | | | | | | |
| | |2 > High potential | | | | | | | |
| | | | | | | | |
|Priority |5 |3 |7 |1 |6 |2 |4 |

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