Scenewise Launches Version 2.0 of Educationally Enhanced Film

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Wed, 08/12/2009 - 20:00 -- Nick Dager

Scenewise has launched version 2.0 of its proprietary educationally enhanced Film format ee Film has officially launched version 2.0 which the company says enables documentary filmmakers to convert their passion into revenue.
 The educationally enhanced Film format involves the identification of films that have inherent educational value (teachable moments) and combines them with the integration of standards-aligned supplemental teaching materials – lesson plans classroom activities interactive learning tools etc. – into the film experience. The ee Film treatment was first applied to the Academy Award nominated film Super Size Me.   The Super Size Me educationally enhanced edition DVD was honored at the Leonard Maltin DVD Awards with the trophy for Best Documentary DVD. Version 2.0 has streamlined the process. Foundations fund many documentary films and the willingness to fund and/or the magnitude of funding may be related to the availability of metrics which can measure the outcomes attributable to the film.   NextGen films will provide simple and measurable means to join volunteer and/or contribute to preferred organizations along with other data assessment options. Scenewise