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box office: week of March 18

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Grand Budapest Hotel, TheFox Searchlight66$3,638,041$55,122$4,776,981
Bad WordsFocus Features6$113,301$18,884$113,301
EnemyA24 Films1$18,000$18,000$18,000
Weekend, LeMusic Box Films3$43,608$14,536$43,608
On My Way (Elle s'en va)Cohen Media Group1$10,536$10,536$10,536
TeenageOscilloscope Pictures1$8,000$8,000$8,000
Big MenAbramorama Entertainment1$7,539$7,539$7,539
Retrieval, TheVariance Films1$7,232$7,232$7,232
Particle FeverAbramorama Entertainment14$89,633$6,402$178,887
LunchboxSony Pictures Classics18$88,921$4,940$306,347
Je t'aime je t'aime (re)The Film Desk1$4,749$4,749$47,476
Ernest & CelestineGKIDS9$39,556$4,395$71,442
Interior.Leather Bar.Strand Releasing1$3,848$3,848$34,268
ExposedIndependent1$2,995$2,995$5,995
Face of Love, TheIFC Films20$51,872$2,594$85,171
Generation WarMusic Box Films6$12,014$2,002$74,059
American MustangVitagraph1$1,935$1,935$38,726
Tim's VermeerSony Pictures Classics109$201,894$1,852$994,258
When Comedy Went To SchoolInternational Film Circuit5$7,985$1,597$348,743
HighwayUTV Communications1$1,511$1,511$529,136
Girl On A BicycleMonterey Media1$1,332$1,332$80,602
Great Beauty, TheJanus Films74$98,254$1,328$2,608,780
12 Years A SlaveFox Searchlight925$1,222,892$1,322$55,090,884
Dallas Buyers ClubFocus Features281$369,034$1,313$26,772,386
Elaine Stritch: Shoot MeIFC Films37$46,233$1,250$187,487
Stranger By The LakeStrand Releasing16$19,768$1,236$285,173
Beijing Love StoryChina Lion Entertainment4$4,858$1,215$423,956
Belle et SebastienEntertainment One Films43$50,480$1,174$675,618
GloriaRoadside Attractions75$82,710$1,103$1,901,739
Child's PoseZeitgeist8$8,628$1,079$50,654
PhilomenaThe Weinstein Company502$420,936$839$36,651,098
Better Living Through ChemistryIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films61$46,435$761$46,435
No ClueEntertainment One Films17$12,355$727$55,337
Grand PianoMagnolia Pictures7$4,994$713$9,892
Art Of The Steal, TheRadius-TWC60$39,670$661$39,670
Blue JasmineSony Pictures Classics27$17,515$649$33,386,098
Invisible Woman, TheSony Pictures Classics18$11,127$618$1,176,731
MaidentripFirst Run2$1,208$604$55,139
Right Kind Of WrongMagnolia Pictures1$593$593$593
MiraculumEntertainment One Films35$20,593$588$244,177
In BloomIndependent1$584$584$37,221
20 Feet From StardomRadius-TWC18$9,853$547$4,929,609
August: Osage CountyThe Weinstein Company203$105,089$518$37,473,846
Like Father, Like SonIFC Films23$11,463$498$278,442
Past, TheSony Pictures Classics23$11,418$496$1,293,168
Journey To The West: Conquering DemonsMagnolia Pictures3$1,392$464$11,695
VisitorsCinedigm Entertainment3$1,328$443$76,681
Big Bad WolvesMagnolia Pictures2$805$403$31,391
Mandela: Long Walk To FreedomThe Weinstein Company23$7,256$315$8,307,231
Field In England, ADrafthouse Films5$1,489$298$30,716
SkinlessIndependent1$252$252$420
BunkerEntertainment One Films5$863$173$5,927
Cutie And The BoxerRadius-TWC2$229$115$199,274

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