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box office: week of November 6

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
A Late QuartetEntertainment One Films9$75,279$8,364$75,279
The SessionsFox Searchlight69$468,312$6,787$943,230
This Must Be The PlaceThe Weinstein Company2$7,754$3,877$7,754
Hating BreitbartRocky Mountain Pictures8$25,826$3,228$81,432
The Other SonCohen Media Group50$153,309$3,066$330,423
Holy MotorsIndomina Media5$15,234$3,047$83,665
The FlatIFC Films24$72,224$3,009$143,192
The Big PictureMPI Media7$20,687$2,955$96,783
The ThievesWell Go USA, Inc.18$43,968$2,443$628,261
Escape FireRoadside Attractions4$9,688$2,422$67,717
The Loneliest PlanetIFC Films11$25,964$2,360$44,392
Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To TravelIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films24$54,523$2,272$744,522
Simon and the OaksThe Film Arcade13$28,867$2,221$119,097
Brooklyn CastleProducers Distribution Agency13$27,068$2,082$87,199
District Of CorruptionRocky Mountain Pictures3$6,220$2,073$31,954
The Perks of Being a WallflowerLionsgate622$1,241,870$1,997$13,059,220
SmashedSony Pictures Classics21$34,097$1,624$198,690
17 GirlsStrand Releasing1$1,510$1,510$14,080
North Sea TexasStrand Releasing3$4,487$1,496$4,487
Gregory Crewdson: Brief EncountersZeitgeist1$1,492$1,492$1,492
The ImposterIndomina Media10$14,584$1,458$857,661
Searching For Sugar ManSony Pictures Classics105$149,114$1,420$2,410,566
Orchestra Of ExilesFirst Run5$6,985$1,397$13,704
Somewhere BetweenIndependent6$8,379$1,397$120,078
The DetailsRadius-TWC14$18,528$1,323$18,528
The MasterThe Weinstein Company138$180,599$1,309$15,511,394
My Worst NightmareStrand Releasing3$3,695$1,232$5,478
The House I Live InAbramorama Entertainment11$13,546$1,231$132,348
Paperboy, TheMillennium Entertainment42$48,416$1,153$628,198
Inch'AllahEntertainment One Films16$18,050$1,128$416,009
The IntouchablesThe Weinstein Company28$31,273$1,117$12,937,504
SamsaraOscilloscope Pictures62$68,267$1,101$2,303,520
Tai Chi ZeroVariance Films13$13,881$1,068$190,407
Keep The Lights OnMusic Box Films5$5,236$1,047$226,935
Well-Digger's DaughterKino Lorber5$5,205$1,041$351,923
ArbitrageRoadside Attractions116$119,225$1,028$7,533,493
The Other Dream TeamThe Film Arcade5$4,781$956$128,977
The Queen of VersaillesMagnolia Pictures6$5,252$875$2,390,059
The BayRoadside Attractions23$19,926$866$19,926
Sleepwalk With MeIFC Films18$14,297$794$2,244,439
The Eye of the StormSycamore Entertainment Group1$664$664$83,297
Robot & FrankIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films14$9,066$648$3,269,939
Beasts Of The Southern WildFox Searchlight15$9,510$634$11,225,465
War of the ButtonsThe Weinstein Company6$3,736$623$45,602
Liberal ArtsIFC Films17$9,256$544$298,701
All TogetherKino Lorber3$1,478$493$30,626
Wuthering HeightsOscilloscope Pictures11$5,111$465$70,435
V/H/S (VHS)Magnolia Pictures8$3,699$462$97,348
Killer JoeLD Entertainment7$3,179$454$2,000,727
Photographic MemoryFirst Run1$412$412$6,301
Deep Dark CanyonIndependent1$396$396$4,797
RevisionariesKino Lorber3$1,139$380$16,536
Nobody WalksMagnolia Pictures4$1,510$378$20,067
This Is Not A FilmIndependent1$357$357$74,850
Meet The FokkensKino Lorber1$349$349$28,632
Trade Of InnocentsMonterey Media3$1,039$346$15,059
2 Days In New YorkMagnolia Pictures4$1,361$340$629,359
How To Survive A PlagueIFC Films2$677$339$121,201
To Rome With LoveSony Pictures Classics5$1,688$338$16,682,329
Chicken With PlumsSony Pictures Classics18$4,032$224$233,225
ChakravyuhEros Entertainment79$14,783$187$145,499
Jack And DianeMagnolia Pictures2$294$147$294
AlpsKino Lorber3$314$105$13,841
Celeste And Jesse ForeverSony Pictures Classics14$1,157$83$3,089,507
HeadshotKino Lorber1$28$28$1,166

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