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box office: week of June 25

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Unfinished SongThe Weinstein Company2$25,728$12,864$25,728
20 Feet From StardomRadius-TWC6$64,464$10,744$149,191
The AttackCohen Media Group3$27,379$9,126$27,379
Lost And Found In ArmeniaHigh Top Releasing1$7,604$7,604$102,934
A HijackingMagnolia Pictures7$39,392$5,627$39,392
SOMMIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films5$28,050$5,610$28,050
ManiacIFC Films1$5,571$5,571$5,571
The English TeacherCinedigm Entertainment1$4,538$4,538$55,572
More Than HoneyKino Lorber1$4,206$4,206$14,852
Fill The VoidSony Pictures Classics46$186,725$4,059$629,864
Much Ado About NothingRoadside Attractions206$735,422$3,570$1,207,855
The Bling RingA24 Films650$2,001,903$3,548$2,647,308
Hannah ArendtZeitgeist7$19,265$2,752$195,395
Dirty WarsIFC Films20$45,409$2,270$203,725
Before MidnightSony Pictures Classics441$901,292$2,044$4,618,935
The Kings of SummerCBS Films65$130,512$2,008$761,120
LoreMusic Box Films1$1,910$1,910$966,358
The EastFox Searchlight195$365,101$1,872$1,208,042
FukreyEros Entertainment57$74,110$1,839$178,940
Call Me KuchuCinedigm Entertainment1$1,692$1,692$7,331
MudRoadside Attractions213$308,054$1,446$20,138,742
Love Is All You NeedSony Pictures Classics44$63,015$1,432$1,286,842
Oversimplification Of Her BeautyVariance Films3$4,261$1,420$51,721
Stories We TellRoadside Attractions33$42,308$1,282$1,331,453
Frances HaIFC Films138$175,455$1,271$3,214,941
DownloadedAbramorama Entertainment2$2,504$1,252$2,504
RenoirIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films23$28,050$1,220$2,114,413
One Track Heart: Story of Krishna DasZeitgeist2$2,406$1,203$57,530
Storm Surfers 3DVitagraph1$1,102$1,102$37,462
Not TodayFreestyle Releasing3$3,229$1,076$296,899
No Place On EarthMagnolia Pictures3$3,131$1,044$187,567
What Maisie KnewMillennium Entertainment33$32,095$973$958,061
Far Out Isn't Far Enough: The Tomi UngerFirst Run4$3,673$918$9,711
In The FogStrand Releasing2$1,807$904$5,443
Kon-TikiThe Weinstein Company53$46,298$874$1,302,213
Shadow DancerMagnolia Pictures10$8,719$872$78,094
AugustineMusic Box Films9$7,723$858$55,703
Venus And SerenaMagnolia Pictures2$1,638$819$51,000
Scatter My Ashes At Bergdorf'sEntertainment One Films8$6,366$796$490,310
The SilenceMusic Box Films1$749$749$92,492
Pandora's PromiseAbramorama Entertainment5$3,594$719$38,181
Hava Nagila: The MovieInternational Film Circuit7$4,979$711$346,979
Made In ClevelandIndependent5$3,411$682$7,011
Wish You Were HereEntertainment One Films3$2,008$669$45,267
The SapphiresThe Weinstein Company29$19,348$667$2,360,237
Evocateur: The Morton Downey Jr. MovieMagnolia Pictures4$2,655$664$9,594
Paradise: LoveStrand Releasing1$643$643$23,808
The IcemanMillennium Entertainment12$6,863$572$1,921,109
The Place Beyond The PinesFocus Features53$29,577$558$21,383,298
Berberian Sound StudioIFC Films11$6,004$546$17,562
The Company You KeepSony Pictures Classics65$33,392$514$5,041,480
Tiger EyesFreestyle Releasing2$942$471$25,163
The WallMusic Box Films2$932$466$15,044
QuartetThe Weinstein Company29$13,023$449$18,381,787
At Any PriceSony Pictures Classics5$2,198$440$356,530
To The WonderMagnolia Pictures5$2,176$435$579,375
Deceptive Practice: Mysteries & MentorsKino Lorber2$852$426$112,819
Ain't In It For My Health: A Film AboutKino Lorber4$1,422$356$75,065
Post Tenebras LuxStrand Releasing3$1,010$337$36,996
CampFreestyle Releasing1$292$292$324,976
Assaulted: Civil Rights Under FireHigh Top Releasing17$4,570$269$6,194
The History of Future FolkVariance Films1$259$259$12,323
Free The MindInternational Film Circuit2$480$240$70,733
PietaDrafthouse Films1$170$170$21,932

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