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box office: week of April 1

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Raid 2, TheSony Pictures Classics7$165,292$23,613$165,292
Mistaken For StrangersAbramorama Entertainment9$87,743$9,749$87,743
Grand Budapest Hotel, TheFox Searchlight977$8,539,795$8,741$24,171,610
God's Not DeadFreestyle Releasing1178$8,797,666$7,468$21,750,684
Jodorowsky's DuneSony Pictures Classics7$36,034$5,148$90,688
Rob The MobMillennium Entertainment5$22,364$4,473$40,326
Weekend, LeMusic Box Films50$215,387$4,308$472,901
3 Days In HavanaEntertainment One Films3$11,976$3,992$18,856
LunchboxSony Pictures Classics73$287,430$3,937$885,451
Just A SighIndependent5$17,404$3,481$33,577
Nymphomaniac: Volume IMagnolia Pictures38$124,442$3,275$367,219
Big MenAbramorama Entertainment3$9,402$3,134$35,406
Bad WordsFocus Features842$2,560,186$3,041$3,478,876
AnitaIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films7$19,990$2,856$80,281
Particle FeverAbramorama Entertainment27$68,796$2,548$442,595
Jews Of EgyptArtMattan Productions1$2,179$2,179$2,179
Jerusalem 3DNational Geographic Entertainment32$67,915$2,122$3,344,600
In BloomIndependent1$1,996$1,996$41,576
Missing Picture, TheStrand Releasing4$7,711$1,928$25,665
On My Way (Elle s'en va)Cohen Media Group32$59,236$1,851$149,613
Cheap ThrillsDrafthouse Films7$9,133$1,305$32,680
RefugeStrand Releasing1$1,274$1,274$1,274
Great Beauty, TheJanus Films20$24,520$1,226$2,784,687
A Birders Guide To EverythingScreen Media Films6$7,353$1,226$33,305
Stranger By The LakeStrand Releasing4$4,379$1,095$315,322
EnemyA24 Films120$124,578$1,038$769,889
Girl On A BicycleMonterey Media1$1,019$1,019$86,509
Child's PoseZeitgeist4$4,003$1,001$71,761
Tim's VermeerSony Pictures Classics94$90,463$962$1,424,001
Breathe InCohen Media Group18$15,324$851$15,324
Belle et SebastienEntertainment One Films19$12,844$676$739,936
Free The MindInternational Film Circuit1$636$636$157,007
12 Years A SlaveFox Searchlight228$134,083$588$56,378,410
Dallas Buyers ClubFocus Features99$56,477$570$27,191,666
GloriaRoadside Attractions36$19,857$552$2,024,588
When Comedy Went To SchoolInternational Film Circuit5$2,753$551$363,197
PhilomenaThe Weinstein Company202$106,001$525$37,325,124
Invisible Woman, TheSony Pictures Classics16$7,837$490$1,206,953
Journey To The West: Conquering DemonsMagnolia Pictures3$1,437$479$16,630
Grand PianoMagnolia Pictures6$2,572$429$19,163
Blue JasmineSony Pictures Classics3$1,244$415$33,404,871
20 Feet From StardomRadius-TWC4$1,628$407$4,938,075
August: Osage CountyThe Weinstein Company81$32,791$405$37,672,098
MiraculumEntertainment One Films5$2,022$404$267,971
Blood TiesRoadside Attractions5$1,873$375$41,229
VisitorsCinedigm Entertainment4$1,428$357$81,276
Right Kind Of WrongMagnolia Pictures1$338$338$2,022
MaidentripFirst Run4$1,335$334$64,896
Sweet DreamsInternational Film Circuit3$972$324$39,751
No ClueEntertainment One Films3$946$315$65,648
Past, TheSony Pictures Classics23$7,047$306$1,319,941
Great Flood, TheIcarus Films1$253$253$10,826
ExposedIndependent1$163$163$8,813

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