Experiencing Interruptions?


This experimental film is the visual representation and exploration of poetry and dance. The filmmakers will use mirrors to recreate the theme of introspection and reflection expressed in the poem and seen through dance. This film shows the connection between the hidden language of dance and the eloquent words in poetry.
The movement will be contemporary ballet and modern-based with gestural experimentation. It will focus on the physicality and fluidity in the body. The primary initiation points in the movement will be the hips, spine, and limbs. The three different levels of space (high, middle, low) will be introduced with different camera angles in relationship to the choreography.
I equate my dance and choreographic style to the great painter, Salvador Dali. My abstract gestural experimentation is heavily influenced by the Surrealist arts movement. My choreographic voice focuses on oppositional narratives. For this film my desire is to create an avant garde physical work that mirrors the pulse of one’s introspective confessions. This will be conveyed with my movement, poetry, camera angles, and with the use of mirrors. I aim to create a thought provoking artistically bold work that explores movement abstraction within screen dance, and experimental filmmaking techniques.

My mind shares a common nature
With that of mirrors.
Constantly reflecting what's in my direct vision
Clearly and unapologetically.
These two share a bond that which I cannot break,
Even though I have tried so many times.
Their relationship is pure and true,
And honestly, I envy the two.
Because, according to both of them,
They're supposed to be me and you.
You for me.
Me for you.
Reflecting We.

  • Morgan B Lutz
  • Morgan B Lutz
  • Morgan B Lutz
    Key Cast
    "Choreographer/Dancer "
  • Stetson B McCollin
    Key Cast
    "Actor - Dali"
  • Project Type:
    Experimental, Student
  • Runtime:
    3 minutes 38 seconds
  • Completion Date:
    May 22, 2021
  • Production Budget:
    50 USD
  • Country of Origin:
    United States
  • Country of Filming:
    United States
  • Language:
  • Shooting Format:
    Sony A7SII
  • Aspect Ratio:
  • Film Color:
    Black & White
  • First-time Filmmaker:
  • Student Project:
    Yes - Full Sail University - Film Production MFA
Director Biography - Morgan B Lutz

As a well-rounded dance and fitness professional, Morgan Bronk Lutz is an up and coming arts leader who can film, dance, choreograph, direct, produce, act, model, and teach. She grew up in Charleston, South Carolina dancing at various ballet and competitive dance studios. She graduated from the prestigious performing arts high school Charleston County School of the Arts as a dance major with a dance senior thesis and was inducted into the National Honors Society for Dance Arts. She has been dancing for 20 years and has done summer intensives with the Nashville Ballet, Orlando Ballet, and SC Ballet Conservatory at the University of South Carolina. She trained at the Ballet Academy of Charleston, Dance Lab Charleston, and Fred Astaire Dance Studio. She also is a member of the South Carolina Alliance for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance - South Carolina Dance Association. In addition, she has completed coursework at The University of the Arts in Philadelphia and the Boston Conservatory at Berklee. Morgan completed her Bachelor of Fine Arts in Dance Theatre with honors from AMDA College of the Performing Arts in Hollywood, California. Currently, she is working on her Master of Fine Arts in Film Production at Full Sail University in Winter Park, Florida.

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Director Statement

Morgan's desire is to create relevant organic physical works that mirror the pulse of society’s current events. She explores movement on and off the camera. Morgan aims to create thought provoking bold work that explores movement abstraction within screen dance, experimental videography and cinematography. She gathers inspiration from motion and multimedia components and blends her choreography and artistic visions with videography, screen projections, animation, and editing. She has choreographed, directed, and produced music videos, live stage performances, screendance films, short films, documentaries, and site specific work.