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box office: week of June 11

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Much Ado About NothingRoadside Attractions5$171,941$34,388$171,941
Dirty WarsIFC Films4$63,504$15,876$63,504
Before MidnightSony Pictures Classics52$526,419$10,123$1,460,103
Hannah ArendtZeitgeist5$36,456$7,291$104,083
Fill The VoidSony Pictures Classics13$78,303$6,023$260,014
The EastFox Searchlight41$228,561$5,575$336,002
Lost And Found In ArmeniaHigh Top Releasing9$49,829$5,537$49,829
The Kings of SummerCBS Films44$212,873$4,838$294,481
You Ain't Seen Nothin' YetKino Lorber2$5,343$2,672$5,343
LoreMusic Box Films3$7,303$2,434$952,656
Wish You Were HereEntertainment One Films11$25,937$2,358$25,937
Frances HaIFC Films233$545,715$2,342$2,333,281
History Of Future FolkVariance Films1$2,148$2,148$8,721
Shadow DancerMagnolia Pictures6$12,467$2,078$27,273
Love Is All You NeedSony Pictures Classics101$208,634$2,066$984,837
Stories We TellRoadside Attractions70$141,900$2,027$1,091,303
The English TeacherCinedigm Entertainment3$2,026$41,835
MudRoadside Attractions580$1,147,633$1,979$18,538,320
Free The MindInternational Film Circuit4$7,217$1,804$64,106
The WallMusic Box Films1$1,578$1,578$5,504
Kon-TikiThe Weinstein Company75$113,057$1,507$1,076,540
We Steal Secrets: The Story of WikileaksFocus World25$36,241$1,450$128,691
Sound CityVariance Films1$1,312$1,312$416,624
Oversimplification Of Her BeautyVariance Films3$3,920$1,307$41,652
What Maisie KnewMillennium Entertainment122$152,217$1,248$774,303
No Place On EarthMagnolia Pictures4$4,876$1,219$172,628
Ain't In It For My HealthKino Lorber4$4,793$1,198$57,360
Not TodayFreestyle Releasing19$22,707$1,195$278,504
Prey, TheCohen Media Group5$5,889$1,178$5,889
RenoirIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films57$64,061$1,124$2,003,711
The IcemanMillennium Entertainment67$67,013$1,000$1,852,074
Deceptive Practice: Mysteries & MentorsKino Lorber7$6,252$893$106,769
Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf'sEntertainment One Films29$25,148$867$441,776
The Company You KeepSony Pictures Classics51$43,743$858$4,953,249
Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. MovieMagnolia Pictures5$3,936$787$3,936
Post Tenebras LuxStrand Releasing6$4,643$774$27,382
DisconnectLD Entertainment8$5,936$742$1,530,038
The SapphiresThe Weinstein Company55$40,027$728$2,276,237
Hava Nagila: The MovieInternational Film Circuit6$4,270$712$337,296
AugustineMusic Box Films2$1,332$666$45,665
Home RunIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films5$3,241$648$2,859,955
Tiger EyesFreestyle Releasing17$10,874$640$10,874
Searching For Sugar ManSony Pictures Classics4$2,384$596$3,682,137
Violet & DaisyCinedigm Entertainment17$9,982$587$9,982
The Place Beyond The PinesFocus Features134$72,647$542$21,255,481
Dead Man's BurdenCinedigm Entertainment1$541$541$29,214
The Reluctant FundamentalistIFC Films21$11,230$535$519,535
PietaDrafthouse Films2$929$465$20,199
At Any PriceSony Pictures Classics18$7,614$423$345,317
Hello HermanFreestyle Releasing15$5,985$399$5,985
Venus And SerenaMagnolia Pictures2$798$399$46,337
To The WonderMagnolia Pictures12$4,622$385$566,047
Axe Giant: The Wrath Of Paul BunyanCinema Purgatorio3$1,129$376$2,499
GatekeepersSony Pictures Classics4$1,498$375$2,407,469
In The HouseCohen Media Group9$3,304$367$388,044
NoSony Pictures Classics14$5,098$364$2,338,430
EmperorRoadside Attractions4$1,330$333$3,345,315
QuartetThe Weinstein Company114$34,373$302$18,302,129
SyrupMagnolia Pictures1$301$301$301
Spring BreakersA24 Films5$1,023$269$14,124,094
Paradise: LoveStrand Releasing1$266$266$22,257
Bert Stern: Original Mad ManFirst Run3$647$216$32,864
White ElephantStrand Releasing1$42$42$8,863
Herman's HouseFirst Run1$14$14$4,669

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