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Top 10 Indies in the iTunes Store This Week: 'Frances Ha' and 'The Last Days on Mars' Join the List

Photo of Paula Bernstein By Paula Bernstein | Indiewire November 4, 2013 at 11:30AM

Each Monday we present you with the most up-to-date list of Top 10 (Indie) Movies in iTunes (this list combines rentals and purchases). The big addition to the list this week is "Frances Ha," the Noam Baumbach-directed film starring Greta Gerwig, which landed at number 9 in its first week on iTunes.
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"Frances Ha"
IFC "Frances Ha"

Each Monday we present you with the most up-to-date list of Top 10 (Indie) Movies in iTunes (this list combines rentals and purchases).

The big addition to the list this week is "Frances Ha," the Noam Baumbach-directed film starring Greta Gerwig, which landed at number 9 in its first week on iTunes. "Girl Most Likely" and "Stuck in Love" continued to occupy the first two spots on the list. Also new to the list is "The Last Days on Mars," the sci-fi film starring Liev Schreiber,' "Last Love," starring Michael Caine (which opens in theaters on Friday) and "A Perfect Man" also starring Liev Schreiber.

The top 10 indies in iTunes are listed below (number represents North American gross, where applicable):

1. Girl Most Likely (Roadside Attractions, $1,378,591)

2. Stuck in Love (Millenium Entertainment, $81,071)

3. The Last Days on Mars (Magnolia Pictures, N/A)

4. Parkland (Exclusive Media, $652,900)

The Bling Ring
"The Bling Ring"

5. The Bling Ring (A24, $5,845,732)

6. Last Love (RJL Entertainment, N/A)

7. The Place Beyond the Pines (Focus Features, $21,403,519 )

8. Living on One Dollar (Gravitas Ventures, N/A)

9. Frances Ha (IFC, $4,066,582)

10. A Perfect Man (IFC, N/A)

This article is related to: Tech, ITunes, Box Office, Frances Ha, Girl Most Likely, Stuck In Love







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