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The 30 Highest Grossing Specialty Films in 2011 (so far)

Photo of Peter Knegt By Peter Knegt | Indiewire July 1, 2011 at 3:58AM

Here's a chart of 2011's thirty highest grossing films tracked by the iW BOT (including films that screened only as an Academy-qualifier in 2010), as of June 26, 2011. It only includes specialty films that opened in limited release in 2011. Check out indieWIRE's run down of the year's winners and losers so far here:
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Here's a chart of 2011's thirty highest grossing films tracked by the iW BOT (including films that screened only as an Academy-qualifier in 2010), as of June 26, 2011. It only includes specialty films that opened in limited release in 2011. Check out indieWIRE's run down of the year's winners and losers so far here:


1. Midnight in Paris (Sony Pictures Classics) - $28,270,637
2. The Conspirator (Roadside Attractions) - $11,487,322
3. Jane Eyre (Focus Features) - $11,172,831
4. Win Win (Fox Searchlight) - $10,123,039
5. Cedar Rapids (Fox Searchlight) - $6,861,102
5. The Tree of Life (Fox Searchlight) - $5,843,290
6. Biutiful (Roadside Attractions) - $5,101,237
7. Atlas Shrugged: Part 1 (Rocky Mountain) - $4,627,375
8. The Company Men (Weinstein Company) - $4,441,272
9. Barney's Version (Sony Pictures Classics) - $4,439,201
10. Cave of Forgotten Dreams (Sundance Selects) - $4,423,277
11. Of Gods and Men (Sony Pictures Classics) - $3,033,623
12. From Prada To Nada (Lionsgate and Pantelion) - $3,070,992
13.The Way Back (Newmarket) - $2,701,859
14. Everything Must Go (Roadside Attractiions) - $2,630,409
15. The Grace Card (Samuel Goldwyn) - $2,430,735
16. Incendies (Sony Pictures Classics) - $1,658,634
17. Potiche (Music Box) - $1,600,658
18. I Am (Paladin) - $1,554,571
19. Beginners (Focus Features) - $1,550,055
20. 2011 Oscar Shorts (Shorts International) - $1,352,152
21. The Art of Getting By (Fox Searchlight) - $1,351,980
22. Certified Copy (IFC Films) - $1,340,615
23. No Eres Tu, Soy Yo (Lionsgate) - $1,339,911
24. Bill Cunningham New York (Zeitgeist) - $1,339,650
25. The Double Hour (Samuel Goldwyn) - $1,238,728
26. Kill The Irishman (Anchor Bay) - $1,187,711
27. Dylan Dog: Dead of Night (Omni/Freestyle) - $1,186,538
28. The Heart Specialist (Freestyle) - $1,103,037
29. There Be Dragons (Samuel Goldwyn) - $1,069,334
30. The Beaver (Summit) - $958,319






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