Love Comes Out of the Butt, Manhattan Short Film Screening


Wednesday, July 7, 2010
7:00pm – 8:30pm
Anthology Film Archives — Courthouse Theater
32 2nd Avenue @ 2nd Street
Manhattan, NY


## They will be charging $6 ##

“Love Comes Out of the Butt” will be screening at the NY Anthology Film Archives Plus other short films in the Newfilmmakers Summer Festival Program. Watch Trailer at the bottom of post.

The film is A psychedelic fantasy love story that takes place in Brooklyn. Based on themes from classic cinema and the 1970’s adapted to the present.

For more information:



1. Lori Bowen ESSENGER (2010, 5 Minutes, Video)
Temptation with the music group World Collision.

2. Williams Crooks ROBOTIC PANIC (2010, 10 Minutes, Video)
A young man has a sexual confrontation with a robot that comes into his bedroom late at night.

3. Peter Pizzi SUCKER (2008, 18 Minutes, Video)
Sucker tells the story of a young man and his notable “talent”. Throughout this short film he proves his skills. Sometimes with a quickie, other times with a group scene or by using handcuffs; even overnight sessions with his online buddies. Finally however he shows his expertise with both intensity and intimacy as he attempts to land the lust (and love?) of his life.

##4. Matthew Silver LOVE COMES OUT OF THE BUTT (2009, 24 Minutes, Video)
A psychedelic fantasy love story that takes place in Brooklyn. Based on themes from classic cinema and the 1970’s and adapted to the present.##

5. Arthuro Cubacub B-17: A MINI-EPIC (2007, 36 Minutes, Video)
The Wacky Adventures of a 17-year-old Sex Slave! Sarah and Yumi are top-secret sex slaves for a high-ranking government official. They spend their days in a bizarre play-pen/torture chamber/slave-labor station, where they produce pro-war polo shirts by hand and live in constant fear. Yumi, having lived in the cell the longest, is almost completely brainwashed and paralyzed, but Sarah still possesses enough spunk to try to escape. Her impulsive scheme is thwarted by a few terrifying obstacles… will Sarah’s inner courage be enough to save the day?



Created by Rodrigo Gonzalez


Written by Matthew Silver and Bogdan Szabo

Directed and Edited by Matthew Silver

Produced/Director Assistant — Peter Silberstein

Cinematography by Russ Geltman

2nd Camera Man – John Hyland

2nd Director of Photography/Boom – Trey Kirchoff

Make-up/ Photography/ PA/ Set Design by Kristin Nawrocki

Grip/Boom/ Set Design by Bogdan Szabo

Musical Score Created by Jesse Roy

Costume Design by Linda Thithavong

Script Consulting by Cathy Crane and SZ


Man in the White Dress -Matthew Silver

Bearded Woman – SZ

Scared Woman – Marissa Roesijadi

Pink Woman – Marissa Mickelberg

Gruffy Man – Brice Foster

Skitzo Man – Arnie Warmbrand

Man in Black – Ryan Brown


About Matthew

I've done filmmaking for a long time. I'm done with it for now. I am a performer. I use to do street performance, soon I will do that again. My goal is to make them laugh kid! All of them!!!
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