It's a spot for a hotel. It is multiple slow motion shots of people enjoying the hotel. We are using a Phantom on the steadicam (which is kind of cool and unique just because there are several work arounds required to make it all work). We are also using Panavision 'C' series anamorphic lenses (which require an image squeezer on the video village end). All that is moderatly cool but what is really groovie is the cream.
One of the gags is a ghostly helper running around making the hotel guests stay better. So on one sequence, a guest looks at his coffie and decides he needs some cream. Before he even moves to get up, the helper (invisible ghost helper), grabs the cream and floats it to the coffie and pours it. We have a rig we built out of croma blue aluminum that has a cream pot about 4 feet from the lense. I have to pick the cream up off the table, walk throught the restruant and pour the cream into the coffie (without spilling and keeping the actors head in the shot as the rig is turned 90 degrees to pour) then un tilt and walk away. It took some spilled milk to get it right but I think it will be pretty nifty when it's all done. I'll post the spot when it's cut but for now I'll throw in a crappy picture the ac took with his camera phone.