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An Interview with Mark Anthony Del Negro, Director of The Bermuda Triangle Project

by Mike Haberfelner

April 2023

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Your new movie The Bermuda Triangle Project - in a few words, what is it about?


A group of vloggers document their trip inside of the Bermuda Triangle, only their footage survived.


When writing your movie, what kind of research did you do on the actual myth surroudning the titular Bermuda Triangle?


I’d say The Tempest by William Shakespeare mainly. Then a few conspiracy blogs here and there. A few YouTube videos etc.


(Other) sources of inspiration when writing The Bermuda Triangle Project?


Dead Calm, The Blair Witch Project.


A few words about The Bermuda Triangle Project's approach to the thriller genre?


We have a great mystery plot, beautiful actresses and a few jump scares


What can you tell us about your directorial approach to your story at hand?


I let my actors ad lib things if it sounds better than the initial script. I sit in the editing room so it’s okay. I like to have my actors bring the character to life through their natural emotions, mannerisms and diction.


You also appear in front of the camera in The Bermuda Triangle Project - so what can you tell us about your character, what did you draw upon to bring him to life, and have you written him with yourself in mind from the get-go?


Actually you only hear my voice. I’m the guy who is recording most of the found footage. I didn’t prepare, the character is based after a close friend. I decided to play him about two weeks prior to filming. His dialogue is the “set-up” dialogue mainly in the found footage scenes. The timing needs to be there for the scenes to work.


Do talk about the rest of The Bermuda Triangle Project's cast, and why exactly these people?


Sean Whalen because he can play a creepy bad guy quite easily. Anna Magoulas and Dan Deluca as our lead detectives because they’re talented SAG actors and government employees in real life. Kelly Schwartz because she’s a very good SAG actress, she plays the wife of a US senator played by Eric Raddatz and she knows the DC lifestyle. She also has a “Claire Underwood” thing going for her. Chris Ligman, David Prue, Cassidy Reyes and Maryann Connolly make a good ensemble for the found footage segments. Eric Claussen and Vic Velesquez both very capable SAG-E talent. Wes Cannon, Kimberly Cole and Zera Lynd who are no strangers to the horror, mystery, thriller based genre. We also have some promising newcomers in Alessandra Rosario, Brianna Derry, Cassidy Thompson, Annie Cooper and Randy Borrusso.


What can you tell us about the shoot as such and the on-set atmosphere?


The shoot was amazing! We were a fine-tuned machine filled with a group of selfless talented individuals. Great team, extraordinary atmosphere.


From what I know, you're presently running a fundraiser for The Bermuda Triangle Project - so what can you tell us about the campaign, and taking into account that principal photography of the film is already finished, what will the money be used for?


We are funded through private equity but IndieGoGo campaigns have a lot of clout if they go viral and end up being an in demand campaign. All we’re really looking for out of that is having 100 individual contributors contribute to the campaign. That will show we have a grassroots marketing campaign going.


Even if it might still be quite some time away, any idea when and where The Bermuda Triangle Project will premiere?


We will have a special release of just the Florida footage on May 16th at the 13th Annual Fort Myers Film Festival. Then we plan to be in the Pop Fright Festival, NYC Horrorfest, Toronto After Dark and Screamfest LA later this year.


Any future projects beyond finishing The Bermuda Triangle Project?


Yes several, most notably a sci-fi novel I just collaborated on with Michael Cole. It’s titled Mars Revolution and is in the early pitch stages.


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