Archive for May, 2014

Theatrical Viewings:

  1. JOE (2013) – directed by David Gordon Green
  2. BLUE RUIN (2013) – directed by Jeremy Saulnier
  3. STAGE FRIGHT (2014) – directed by Jerome Sable
  4. UNDER THE SKIN (2013) – directed by Jonathan Glazer
  5. GODZILLA (2014) – directed by Gareth Edwards
  6. THE BRAVADOS (1958) – directed by Henry King (16mm)
  7. JEUNE & JOLIE (2013) – directed by François Ozon
  8. THE GERMAN DOCTOR (2013) – directed by Lucia Puenzo
  9. THE LUNCHBOX (2013) – directed by Ritesh Batra
  10. FADING GIGOLO (2013) – directed by John Turturro
  11. X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST (2014) – directed by Bryan Singer
  12. EDGE OF TOMORROW (2014) – directed by Doug Liman

Home Viewings:

  1. MERRY CHRISTMAS MR. LAWRENCE (1983) – directed by Nagisa Ôshima


  1. BREAKING BAD, 3×07-3×13, 4×01-4×13, 5×01-5×16
  2. MARRIED… WITH CHILDREN, 10×01-10×26, 11×01-11×24
  3. ARE YOU AFRAID OF THE DARK?, 1×01-1×09
  4. DEXTER, 1×01
  5. TRUE BLOOD, 1×01-1×02






EROTICIDE has officially been accepted into the 2014 MIX Mexico Festival of Sexual Diversity in Film and Video which takes place on Thursday, May 29th in Mexico City!

Mexico marks the unbelievable 17th country to host a premiere for the film and the 21st overall to host a Sinema Saliba production.

This also marks the 6th official screening for EROTICIDE in the month of May with the other 5 having taken place/will take place in Colombia, FranceSpainPortugal and the Philippines.

What makes this even more awesome is that the block of shorts EROTICIDE will be screened with is named after the film itself – EROTICIDE: EXTREME STORIES!

For more information on the event, head on over to:





EROTICIDE is set to premiere in Rotterdam on Wednesday, July 2nd as part of a double-feature with James Franco‘s documentary KINK.COM at Filmzeit Rotterdam! This marks the film’s 2nd official screening in the Netherlands and to be a part of a double-feature like this is so fucking awesome! 

Congratulations once again to the cast and crew of EROTICIDE and to all the fans who’ve supported my film this past year.




EROTICIDE will be premiering in Colombia at the 2014 Bogota BDSM/Fetish Festival on Tuesday, May 27th, 2014 (with an additional screening on Wednesday, May 28th, 2014).

Colombia marks the 16th country to host a premiere for the film and the historic 20th country to host a Sinema Saliba production.

This also happens to mark the 5th official screening for EROTICIDE in the month of May, which I believe is a record for the film.

For more information on the event, please visit:


Budapest 2014


EROTICIDE is set to premiere in Budapest, Hungary at the 2014 BDSM Culture Fetish Film Festival on Saturday, July 19th, 2014.

The festival will take place at the Bakelit Multi Art Center of which more information can be obtained here:

Hungary marks the incredible 15th country to host a premiere for the film and the 19th overall to host a Sinema Saliba production.

What can be said that hasn’t already been said? I’m absolutely floored by the enormous critical and commercial success of this film. Perhaps, it’s high time that we get cracking on a DVD release, eh? 😉




EROTICIDE is set to premiere in France at the 2014 Paris Fetish Film Festival where it will screen twice – Saturday, May 24th and Sunday, May 25th.

Here is a translated version of the description of the film that the programmers of the festival wrote:

Another important short film by Matthew Saliba (“Amy In the Attic”). A happy couple celebrating their 9-month anniversary have their lives disrupted when an ex comes back and brings some revelations about the man. After this introduction, things become much more complicated and a foot fetishist is revealed. The film ends with a conclusion that takes guts and reminds us that some relationships can haunt you long after they are allegedly over.

France marks the 14th country to host a premiere for EROTICIDE and is currently the 4th country to host a premiere within the month of May.

Needless to say EROTICIDE is the most critically and commercially successful Sinema Saliba production to date and it’s all due to the tireless efforts of the cast and crew who made this film possible.