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box office: week of April 20

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
City Of Your Final DestinationScreen Media Films1$24,401$24,401$24,401
Exit Through The Gift ShopIndependent8$170,756$21,345$170,756
The Secret In Their EyesSony Pictures Classics10$167,866$16,787$167,866
La MissionScreen Media Films22$128,523$5,842$198,746
Killing KasztnerIndependent1$5,225$5,225$91,535
City IslandAnchor Bay57$260,755$4,575$844,613
No One Knows About Persian CatsIFC Films2$8,843$4,422$8,843
When You're StrangeAbramorama Entertainment8$33,772$4,222$124,016
The Girl With The Dragon TattooMusic Box Films152$631,021$4,151$5,328,931
Everyone ElseCinema Guild2$8,289$4,145$25,031
Breaking UpwardsIFC Films3$12,236$4,079$54,241
The SquareApparition10$37,546$3,755$61,225
Handsome HarryPaladin4$12,562$3,141$12,562
SweetgrassCinema Guild3$9,253$3,084$107,194
Valley Of The Heart's DelightIndican Pictures3$8,958$2,986$55,839
The JonsesRoadside Attractions193$509,689$2,641$509,689
Mid-August LunchZeitgeist15$35,412$2,361$162,523
GreenbergFocus Features172$320,111$1,861$3,400,874
VincereIFC Films30$55,614$1,854$386,226
The CartelIndependent2$3,694$1,847$3,694
Women Without MenIndiepix4$7,138$1,785$25,730
35 Shots of RumCinema Guild1$1,732$1,732$170,906
Simon KonianskiAlliance Films2$3,422$1,711$3,422
The Exploding GirlOscilloscope Pictures1$1,674$1,674$24,705
WarlordsMagnolia Pictures12$18,996$1,583$76,944
CreationNewmarket Films2$3,115$1,558$312,262
Dancing Across BordersFirst Run5$7,786$1,557$26,741
My Year Without SexStrand Releasing1$1,552$1,552$2,344
Most Dangerous Man in AmericaFirst Run7$10,090$1,441$371,257
The Ghost WriterSummit Entertainment480$681,271$1,419$13,251,944
The EclipseMagnolia Pictures12$16,545$1,379$55,877
The Secret of KellsGKIDS28$38,394$1,371$317,476
AjamiKino International12$15,887$1,324$513,166
The Little TraitorIndependent3$3,900$1,300$259,519
Four Seasons LodgeFirst Run1$1,282$1,282$57,376
The RunawaysApparition243$303,668$1,250$2,995,811
That Evening SunFreestyle Releasing6$6,848$1,141$255,931
A ProphetSony Pictures Classics73$82,365$1,128$1,803,459
MotherMagnolia Pictures24$26,820$1,118$419,173
Town Called PanicZeitgeist4$4,438$1,110$143,347
ChloeSony Pictures Classics145$160,736$1,109$2,607,311
Formosa BetrayedScreen Media Films6$6,156$1,026$213,012
Shanghai RedIndican Pictures1$969$969$9,628
After.LifeAnchor Bay17$15,918$936$99,101
Broken EmbracesSony Pictures Classics22$20,198$918$4,870,535
The GreatestPaladin10$8,878$888$111,035
The Secrets Of Jonathan SperryFive & Two Pictures5$4,346$869$1,350,744
Letters To GodVivendi714$620,580$869$2,020,830
The MessengerOscilloscope Pictures4$3,466$867$1,085,975
The Last StationSony Pictures Classics70$59,764$854$6,427,418
Terribly HappyOscilloscope Pictures9$7,410$823$133,111
North FaceMusic Box Films25$20,400$816$566,163
The Art of the StealIFC Films21$16,662$793$432,393
The Girl on the TrianStrand Releasing4$2,983$746$156,840
Crazy HeartFox Searchlight239$174,870$732$39,054,847
Red Riding TrilogyIFC Films9$6,415$713$141,140
An EducationSony Pictures Classics10$6,553$655$12,567,051
The Young VictoriaApparition34$21,097$621$10,954,357
Nobody's PerfectLorber Films1$533$533$533
The White RibbonSony Pictures Classics43$22,303$519$2,156,238
A Single ManThe Weinstein Company25$12,210$488$9,166,863
Prodigal SonsFirst Run1$454$454$64,506
Fish TankIFC Films10$4,010$401$351,744
The Imaginarium of Doctor ParnassusSony Pictures Classics25$9,883$395$7,661,980
The Trouble With TerkelIndican Pictures1$350$350$7,533
My Name Is KhanFox Searchlight10$2,908$291$4,013,850
2010 Oscar ShortsShorts International3$808$269$1,015,975
October CountryInternational Film Circuit1$165$165$18,659
Ca$h (Cash)Roadside Attractions3$294$98$46,451

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