Background: The business is a shared work space for authors, artists, gamers, programmers, or any telecommuter, essentially.
High speed, reliable internet
Comfortable, private seating
Conference rooms for writing groups, tabletop gamers (D&D, Magic: The Gathering, Chess), collaborating on projects
Resources for their work (computers for authors and gamers, Wacom Cintiq's for artists, educational/how-to materials for authors, artists, programmers, etc.)
Guest speakers on occasion (published authors hosting book signings, lectures on writing, for instance)
Food will be available, but not the focus of the establishment.
Project: We want a repeating 1-2 minute video (depending on fitting all of the desired advertised features into the video) to put on a banner video on the home page of the web site. We want to showcase our services in the video, but would like much of it to be illustrated examples of what our audience would be doing at the establishment. For instance, the author's story could come to life in a segment of the video (maybe even showcasing an artist's painting depicting an author's story? I don't know... speculating), or a time lapse of an artist's painting from beginning to end. A gamer's fps (first person shooter) screen as he plays could represent the gamer services. There can be some video of comfortable, private seating and conference rooms (or people collaborating in conference rooms) to demonstrate those features of the business, but would like it to either tie into the other services perhaps, or at least not seem out of place with the rest of the video. It would be nice if there might be some cool transition from one showcase to the next, but not necessary. (Animations from one showcase interact with the subsequent showcase, or something like that.)
I may be able to involve some artist friends to provide some of the images. Also, the logo of the business is still being worked on (or may post another job on here, with some of our designs as a starting point), but that could be included in the video at the end of the loop maybe.
Revisions and feedback on early drafts may be required to ensure final product meets our requirements.
I put two freelancers needed, but if one person has all of the requisite skills to do it on his/her own, that is fine.