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box office: week of July 16

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Fruitvale StationThe Weinstein Company7$386,291$55,184$386,291
The Way Way BackFox Searchlight79$1,121,851$14,201$1,866,336
Crystal FairyIFC Films2$25,052$12,526$25,052
The HuntMagnolia Pictures4$43,045$10,761$43,045
Dealin' With IdiotsIFC Films1$8,508$8,508$8,508
Still MineIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films4$19,920$4,980$19,920
I'm So Excited!Sony Pictures Classics22$105,420$4,792$469,570
Terms And Conditions May ApplyVariance Films1$4,446$4,446$4,446
Not TodayFreestyle Releasing1$3,968$3,968$317,165
20 Feet From StardomRadius-TWC131$497,266$3,796$1,770,405
The AttackCohen Media Group55$167,703$3,049$714,913
Unfinished SongThe Weinstein Company91$239,700$2,634$785,186
Hannah ArendtZeitgeist16$35,548$2,222$347,595
56 UpFirst Run1$2,215$2,215$701,278
Deceptive Practice: Mysteries & MentorsKino Lorber1$2,176$2,176$129,928
Fill The VoidSony Pictures Classics64$132,216$2,066$1,401,561
One Track Heart: Story of Krishna DasZeitgeist4$7,769$1,942$71,326
Before MidnightSony Pictures Classics154$293,836$1,908$7,070,505
More Than HoneyKino Lorber4$7,541$1,885$34,122
The Bling RingA24 Films97$157,907$1,869$5,481,584
Killing SeasonMillennium Entertainment15$27,713$1,848$27,713
Big Star: Nothing Can Hurt MeMagnolia Pictures7$12,028$1,718$39,653
Much Ado About NothingRoadside Attractions138$237,045$1,718$3,385,246
A HijackingMagnolia Pictures32$52,033$1,626$276,631
Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf'sEntertainment One Films3$4,236$1,412$508,430
Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi UngerFirst Run4$5,529$1,382$20,116
The EastFox Searchlight71$93,838$1,322$2,126,090
Pont du NordThe Film Desk1$1,310$1,310$14,735
The Kings of SummerCBS Films56$72,006$1,286$1,206,711
The Look of LoveIFC Films2$2,429$1,215$10,379
Frances HaIFC Films57$67,381$1,182$3,766,614
MudRoadside Attractions113$133,239$1,179$20,979,778
Love Is All You NeedSony Pictures Classics35$38,334$1,095$1,505,910
Kon-TikiThe Weinstein Company21$21,777$1,037$1,445,034
AugustineMusic Box Films8$7,918$990$87,009
The History of Future FolkVariance Films2$1,951$976$15,366
RenoirIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films10$9,449$945$2,198,713
The IcemanMillennium Entertainment5$4,691$938$1,947,930
ByzantiumIFC Films13$12,019$925$63,245
Stuck In LoveMillennium Entertainment15$12,872$858$61,804
What Maisie KnewMillennium Entertainment13$11,075$852$1,046,036
VHS 2Magnolia Pictures12$9,932$828$9,932
CopperheadBrainstorm Media5$4,071$814$119,143
LooteraEros Entertainment100$78,765$788$550,651
A Band Called DeathDrafthouse Films10$7,468$747$91,716
Revelation Road 2Freestyle Releasing5$3,722$744$3,722
Shadow DancerMagnolia Pictures4$2,928$732$94,159
The SapphiresThe Weinstein Company15$9,720$648$2,439,253
At Any PriceSony Pictures Classics6$3,792$632$372,184
Dirty WarsIFC Films13$8,151$627$332,947
Call Me KuchuCinedigm Entertainment1$571$571$8,941
The Company You KeepSony Pictures Classics9$4,620$513$5,106,486
No Place On EarthMagnolia Pictures2$1,016$508$192,344
In The FogStrand Releasing3$1,485$495$8,280
Searching For Sugar ManSony Pictures Classics1$456$456$3,690,575
Hava Nagila: The MovieInternational Film Circuit4$1,560$390$358,850
Pawn Shop ChroniclesAnchor Bay15$4,915$328$4,915
Pandora's PromiseAbramorama Entertainment3$958$319$45,981
Iran JobPaladin1$216$216$23,019
Free The MindInternational Film Circuit3$588$196$80,129
Hammer Of The GodsMagnolia Pictures2$247$124$438
100 Bloody AcresMusic Box Films2$236$118$5,972
Ain't In It For My Health: A Film AboutKino Lorber1$116$116$99,118
Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. MovieMagnolia Pictures2$190$95$13,503
A Girl and a GunFirst Run1$84$84$3,006

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