Documentary Productions Corporate Films/Parodies Awards/Press/Interviews
Award-Winning Documentary “Dovere for Camden”
Documentary Productions
Corporate Films/Parodies
SES Corporate Film Trailer “007-For Our Staff Only”
Documentary Trailer “The Heart of Camden”
SES Corporate Film Trailer “Mission Possible- Knowledge Networking”
Interview - ART C
Press On “Dovere for Camden”
Press On “Dovere for Camden”
Press On “Dovere for Camden”
Press On “Dovere for Camden”
This 26-minute, multi-award winning documentary tells the story of how a small group of courageous citizens are giving hope to a Camden neighborhood by turning an abandoned bar into a miracle.
This forty-minute deeply inspiring film, narrated by Martin Sheen, documents the fascinating story of Father Doyle’s work to reverse the fall of a once great city.
Four-minute sample of an interactive, 16-minute Mission Impossible parody to teach employees about Knowledge Management. Pivotal scenes contained three outcomes for the viewer to choose the correct choice for the film's star, Ethan Hunt. All roles are played by SES employees. 
Two-minute sample of an interactive, 16-minute parody in which James Bond receives his annual performance evaluation from M as she focuses on 8 important job competencies. A series of humorous flashbacks reveal Bond's many blunders in the areas of communications, teamwork, and other key competencies. All roles are played by SES employees.  
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Two-minute sample of a 15-minute comedy produced by SES. The film was set as a foundation of learning during cyber security training for all employees. The story line features an employee who makes a series of mistakes potentially exposing the company and his wife searching for his thumb drive. All roles are played by SES employees.
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SES Corporate Film Trailer “A Day in the Life at Work - Cyber Security Training”
Dr. Clayton is living his film and education passion by running FilmDoc, LLC. In this role, he provides leadership development to organizations who wish to grow their leadership teams and their skills. He also provides film making mentoring and coaching to maximize their films’ effectiveness, speaks in public on film’s impact and produces inspiring documentaries. His approach to maximize film’s impact is centered on his “Total Recall” evidence-based model. During his diverse 30-year Human Resources career, much of it in global leadership roles, Doug was fortunate to work in every HR function. One of the highlights, however, was producing training videos in the form of parodies of mainstream movies such as James Bond, The Godfather, Star Trek and Mission Impossible. He discovered that employees loved the entertainment value of these films and, therefore, developed greater interest in what are typically dry topics such as job competencies (For Our Staff Only – 007), company values (SES’s Godfather of Values), execution (Star Trek – Getting Things Done), knowledge management (Mission Possible – Knowledge Networking), and cybersecurity (A Day in the Life at SES). Doug loves making documentary films that tell poignant and inspiring stories. Dovere for Camden has won several awards, has been featured in multiple international film festivals, and can be viewed here: Another documentary, The Heart of Camden – The Story of Father Michael Doyle, narrated by Emmy award- winning actor Martin Sheen, premiered in October 2020 and has also won several awards and received very positive reviews. The trailer can be viewed here A native of New Jersey, Doug earned his doctorate degree from the University of Pennsylvania (PennCLO executive program) and is an alumnus of the Wharton Business School. His doctoral dissertation topic, Total Recall: Using Film to Enhance Learning, involved a global experiment, the largest on record, that resulted in empirical evidence that using film in a company learning setting can enhance learning. Doug also earned an M.S. in Human Resources Development from Villanova University. Doug conducts ongoing research, has been published, and has spoken publicly nationwide on the topic of film and learning as well as Human Resources leadership in venues from New York to California.