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box office: week of March 26

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Gimme The LootIFC Films1$21,065$21,065$21,065
From Up On Poppy HillGKIDS6$59,693$9,949$131,927
The SapphiresThe Weinstein Company4$38,372$9,593$38,372
New WorldWell Go USA, Inc.24$129,954$5,415$129,954
Le Pont du NordThe Film Desk1$5,333$5,333$6,145
StarbuckEntertainment One Films3$15,530$5,177$3,470,555
My Brother The DevilPaladin2$10,305$5,153$10,305
Spring BreakersA24 Films1104$4,858,944$4,891$5,806,997
LeonieMonterey Media1$3,806$3,806$4,442
NoSony Pictures Classics60$197,545$3,292$989,980
Somebody Up There Likes MeTribeca Film2$6,424$3,212$57,726
Ginger And RosaA24 Films34$98,706$2,903$118,788
AdmissionFocus Features2160$6,154,984$2,850$6,154,984
On The RoadIFC Films42$102,445$2,439$256,695
GatekeepersSony Pictures Classics94$170,606$1,815$1,589,301
Girl RisingGathr Films4$7,140$1,785$435,026
Hitler's ChildrenFilm Movement1$1,702$1,702$26,083
Silver Linings PlaybookThe Weinstein Company1044$1,585,071$1,518$127,163,614
LoreMusic Box Films49$70,867$1,446$496,826
Love And HonorIFC Films2$2,815$1,408$2,815
QuartetThe Weinstein Company425$578,043$1,360$15,914,272
Silver CircleArea23a1$1,314$1,314$1,314
StokerFox Searchlight275$353,326$1,285$1,124,651
YossiStrand Releasing3$3,852$1,284$111,569
The SilenceMusic Box Films4$5,030$1,258$24,277
You Don't Need Feet to DanceFirst Run1$1,239$1,239$1,239
Beyond The HillsIFC Films7$8,592$1,227$66,910
Bless Me, UltimaArenas Entertainment21$22,701$1,217$1,516,354
EmperorRoadside Attractions237$282,905$1,194$2,599,874
The Waiting RoomInternational Film Circuit8$9,294$1,162$233,248
Hava Nagila: The MovieInternational Film Circuit21$23,121$1,101$190,939
A Royal AffairMagnolia Pictures12$12,619$1,052$1,471,829
Dorfman In LoveVitagraph9$8,757$973$8,757
Searching For Sugar ManSony Pictures Classics25$23,780$951$3,559,838
Kai Po CheUTV Communications18$16,951$942$1,105,559
CampFreestyle Releasing17$15,975$940$89,691
Dark SkiesThe Weinstein Company205$186,012$907$17,015,497
Sound CityVariance Films2$1,801$901$377,098
Like Someone In LoveIFC Films23$20,501$891$178,710
The Power of FewSteelyard Pictures1$880$880$30,444
KochZeitgeist16$13,547$847$291,555
Any Day NowMusic Box Films7$5,848$835$194,889
Lost Medallion: Adventure Of Billy StoneFreestyle Releasing28$22,368$799$347,693
56 UpFirst Run16$11,519$720$624,016
Happy People: A Year In The TaigaMusic Box Films16$11,456$716$278,673
Hyde Park On HudsonFocus Features20$14,160$708$6,367,780
Hunky DoryVariance Films11$7,443$677$7,443
Upside DownMillennium Entertainment39$26,145$670$68,143
Chasing IceSubmarine Deluxe8$5,164$646$1,285,247
AmourSony Pictures Classics90$55,197$613$6,591,729
Rust And BoneSony Pictures Classics17$9,816$577$2,057,626
InAPPropriate ComedyFreestyle Releasing275$156,414$569$156,414
West Of MemphisSony Pictures Classics40$20,620$516$271,085
Dead Man DownFilmDistrict612$306,090$500$10,611,958
Greenwich Village: Music That Defined AKino Lorber2$974$487$20,993
The We And The IPaladin13$5,839$449$28,254
A ResurrectionArchstone Distribution17$7,300$429$7,300
ParkerFilmDistrict55$23,434$426$17,586,926
War WitchTribeca Film17$7,204$424$37,902
John Dies At The EndMagnolia Pictures10$4,142$414$134,737
RangrezzUTV Communications11$4,318$393$4,318
The End of LoveVariance Films1$376$376$7,963
The ABC's of DeathMagnolia Pictures7$2,558$365$19,621
Don't Stop Believin': Everyman's JourneyCinedigm Entertainment6$2,029$338$53,676
Orchestra Of ExilesFirst Run1$296$296$27,673
MasqueradeCJ Entertainment1$293$293$921,891
A Fierce Green FireFirst Run3$848$283$14,712
If I Were YouKino Lorber5$1,208$242$7,550
Mumia: Long Distance RevolutionaryFirst Run1$239$239$28,999
A Place a the TableMagnolia Pictures17$3,835$226$191,959
5 Broken CamerasKino Lorber1$194$194$102,534
Come Out and PlayCinedigm Entertainment10$1,600$160$1,600
The GirlVitagraph7$392$56$26,367
The Attacks Of 26/11Eros Entertainment51$1,006$20$248,346

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