The local chamber of commerce wanted to do an educational program for high school kids, showing them various career options in the area and how to apply for them. Part of that program was a video presentation on local manufacturing. The chamber people gave me a rough script and a basic idea of what they wanted, arranged a few location shoots at area factories and some on-camera interviews with local manufacturing big-wigs, and then they just turned me loose. (My preferred way to work.) About a month later, this is what I gave them.
Got an e-mail from the project's honcho at the Chamber: "Just watched DVD and it is great! You did a wonderful job!" Always nice to get feedback like that. :-)