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box office: week of August 21

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
CosmopolisEntertainment One Films3$70,339$23,446$266,912
Robot & FrankIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films2$35,539$17,770$35,539
ComplianceMagnolia Pictures1$16,427$16,427$16,427
2016 Obama's AmericaRocky Mountain Pictures169$1,244,698$7,365$2,028,035
2 Days In New YorkMagnolia Pictures14$100,375$7,170$144,055
Side By SideTribeca Film1$6,956$6,956$6,956
Death By ChinaArea23a1$5,701$5,701$5,701
Chicken With PlumsSony Pictures Classics2$11,301$5,651$53,477
BelovedIFC Films5$25,825$5,165$25,825
Max and the JunkmenRialto1$4,675$4,675$25,120
Meet The FokkensKino Lorber1$4,573$4,573$19,667
The ImposterIndomina Media19$83,631$4,402$273,244
Searching For Sugar ManSony Pictures Classics27$106,283$3,936$309,360
Celeste And Jesse ForeverSony Pictures Classics67$246,927$3,685$615,488
Killer JoeLD Entertainment42$150,666$3,587$663,978
Easy MoneyThe Weinstein Company5$13,195$2,639$165,786
Red Hook SummerVariance Films9$23,280$2,587$78,273
The Queen of VersaillesMagnolia Pictures83$208,444$2,511$1,246,635
From BeneathNocturnal Features15$36,855$2,457$119,763
Beasts Of The Southern WildFox Searchlight236$563,293$2,387$8,110,969
The Well-Digger's DaughterKino Lorber14$30,056$2,147$458,182
IntouchablesThe Weinstein Company194$366,655$1,890$9,885,074
Moonrise KingdomFocus Features282$503,385$1,785$42,966,193
Farewell, My QueenCohen Media Group56$96,235$1,718$966,200
OmertaAlliance Films51$79,804$1,565$2,617,223
To Rome With LoveSony Pictures Classics160$244,287$1,527$15,553,959
Ruby SparksFox Searchlight218$301,226$1,382$1,796,597
The AwakeningCohen Media Group70$95,933$1,370$95,933
KumareKino Lorber3$4,061$1,354$94,354
Oslo, August 31stStrand Releasing2$2,642$1,321$75,325
Ai Weiwei: Never SorryIFC Films39$49,103$1,259$322,102
360Magnolia Pictures8$9,077$1,135$64,539
UnforgivableStrand Releasing2$2,236$1,118$112,592
$upercapitalist (Supercapitalist)Truly Indie1$1,110$1,110$13,220
5 Broken CamerasKino Lorber1$1,078$1,078$65,118
Dark HorseVitagraph6$5,702$950$159,023
BernieMillennium Entertainment71$62,219$876$9,046,932
Best Exotic Marigold Hotel, TheFox Searchlight128$108,355$847$45,592,328
Take This WaltzMagnolia Pictures24$18,365$765$1,175,318
Safety Not GuaranteedFilmDistrict54$40,986$759$3,683,593
Turn Me On, Dammit!New Yorker1$727$727$121,114
Jiro Dreams of SushiMagnolia Pictures3$2,172$724$2,550,508
Your Sister's SisterIFC Films26$17,508$673$1,573,712
HysteriaSony Pictures Classics14$8,659$619$1,761,961
Magic of Belle IsleMagnolia Pictures4$2,401$600$94,610
Darling CompanionSony Pictures Classics3$1,749$583$793,352
Why Stop NowIFC Films3$1,641$547$1,641
KlownDrafthouse Films5$2,663$533$58,247
Monsieur LazharMusic Box Films6$3,008$501$5,807,705
TrishnaIFC Films11$5,481$498$234,432
Where Do We Go Now?Sony Pictures Classics5$2,442$488$524,135
Neil Young JourneysSony Pictures Classics23$10,789$469$163,865
You've Been TrumpedInternational Film Circuit2$906$453$10,842
Marina Abramovic: The Artist Is PresentMusic Box Films1$384$384$75,308
Invisible WarCinedigm Entertainment1$376$376$54,207
Damsels In DistressSony Pictures Classics2$670$335$1,007,535
ZarafaEntertainment One Films2$557$279$24,807
I WishMagnolia Pictures3$788$263$145,697
Nobody Else But YouFirst Run1$83$83$33,139

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