Omne Trium Perfectum

Lutz produced, directed, and choreographed a one of a kind experimental screendance documentary film series entitled Omne Trium Perfectum. As one of the Resident Choreographers for the Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration 2021 season representing the Orlando, Florida area, she combined her love for blown glass and her passion for dance movement and created a two part film series including an avant-garde dance for camera performance film and a documentary on the creative arts process. Her Master of Fine Arts film production thesis was performed and shot at the Orlando Museum of Art in front of the million-dollar Dale Chihuly blown glass sculpture, “Citron and Cobalt Tower,” featured in the main gallery of the museum. Morgan took inspiration from this unique larger-than-life blown glass installation and mimicked the spirals, curves, and twists in the sculpture. She adapted those movement pathways to the bodies of her dancers during the creative process, creating a choreographic work exploring the comparison between dance movement and glass movement. During the Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration Choreographic Residency, she dove deeper into her movement research and camera choreography for the film when she explored the blown glass process by taking a blown glass class at the Morean Arts Center Hot Shop in Saint Petersburg, Florida. She learned the fundamentals of glass making from the regional store manager and head blown glass artist, Bao Tao. Together they created a miniature blown glass sculpture inspired by Dale Chihuly’s “Citron and Cobalt Tower” at the Orlando Museum of Art. Lutz really enjoyed the blown glass process and meeting privately with Bao Tao, who helped her understand the process of blowing glass. She choreographed a movement partnership between the three dancers influenced by that experience.

  • Morgan Bronk Lutz
  • Morgan Bronk Lutz
  • Amanda Van Meter Burch
  • Morgan Bronk Lutz
    Key Cast
  • Jillian Bradarich
    Key Cast
  • Roselana Hermoso
    Key Cast
  • Project Type:
    Documentary, Experimental, Short, Student
  • Runtime:
    10 minutes 33 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    November 6, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    4,641 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Sony A7SII
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  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - Full Sail University - Film Production MFA
  • Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration Movie Premiere for 2021 Season at the Chapel Theatre
    Chapel, Florida
    United States
    November 13, 2021
    Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration Movie Premiere
    Creativity and Commitment Award
  • Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration Premiere for 2021 Season Virtual Screening
    Orlando, Florida
    United States
    November 14, 2021
    Central Florida Choreographers Collaboration 2021Season Virtual Screening
Director Biography - Morgan Bronk Lutz

Morgan Bronk Lutz has experience with all facets of live stage performances including producing, directing, lighting, and audio. She enjoys working with dancers, musicians, and visual artists to direct and produce screendance films. She combines her knowledge from her Dance Theatre BFA from AMDA College of the Performing Arts with her Film Production MFA from Full Sail University to create one of a kind arts films. Morgan’s professional experience is vast and expands across a myriad of mediums as she has acquired technical skills both behind and in front of the camera. Her combination of theatrical training as a professional performer, creative direction for live stage productions, and attention to detail when on a production set allows her to adapt on any stage or set and in any role. Morgan designs her films with movement in mind and aims to capture the subject in an artistic and authentic way. She finds the creative process exciting and values the preproduction to production to post production stages of a film or show. As a producer and creative director she aims to have all of her artistic endeavors be as kinetic as possible. As a camera choreographer she thrives in experimental and avant-garde approaches to cinema. Her artistic voice emphasizes the power of interdisciplinary arts collaboration and multimedia components. Morgan’s natural athleticism and her desire to create video art allows her to capture her movement innovations with the camera.

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Director Statement

Morgan Bronk Lutz took her love for dance, visual arts, and film and combined all three into one “art within an art within an art” experience. As a trained dancer and choreographer who admires the work of visual artist Dale Chihuly, the filmmaker decided to take a new “twist” on art by combining her three loves into one product. Chihuly’s sculpture inspired the choreography of a dance that then inspired her to artistically capture it on film to show how all three art forms melt together just like Chihuly’s molten masterpiece blends together yellow, green, and blue blown glass spirals as one.