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box office: week of May 12

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
ObjectifiedIndependent1$8,668$8,668$8,668
OutrageMagnolia Pictures5$32,589$6,518$32,589
Little AshesRegent Releasing12$73,394$6,116$73,394
Il DivoMusic Box Films5$21,713$4,343$86,535
JuliaMagnolia Pictures3$12,524$4,175$12,524
The Limits of ControlFocus Features11$45,687$4,153$125,463
AdorationSony Pictures Classics10$39,358$3,936$39,358
A Wink and a SmileFirst Run1$3,928$3,928$7,005
Every Little StepSony Pictures Classics24$81,383$3,391$336,881
RevancheJanus Films5$16,215$3,243$40,164
KabelStrand Releasing1$3,072$3,072$3,072
Rudo y CursiSony Pictures Classics70$211,460$3,021$211,460
The SkepticIFC Films1$3,001$3,001$4,873
The WindowFilm Movement1$2,771$2,771$4,018
TysonSony Pictures Classics35$92,804$2,652$333,334
Lemon TreeIFC Films18$46,054$2,559$137,647
Valentino: The Last EmperorVitagraph36$90,928$2,526$827,683
Goodbye SoloRoadside Attractions17$40,813$2,401$359,175
Three Monkeys Zeitgeist1$2,014$2,014$20,891
The Merry GentlemanIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films33$66,223$2,007$165,316
TulpanZeitgeist4$7,958$1,990$49,756
Enlighten Up!Balcony Releasing8$15,634$1,954$129,423
Anvil! The Story of AnvilAbramorama Entertainment17$33,207$1,953$277,246
Our City DreamsFirst Run1$1,825$1,825$34,557
Is Anybody There?Story Island Entertainment157$283,909$1,808$907,404
LymelifeScreen Media Films29$45,588$1,572$281,455
Sin NombreFocus Features81$126,528$1,562$1,966,171
SugarSony Pictures Classics50$73,490$1,470$674,508
Carlos Saura's FadosZeitgeist2$2,740$1,370$81,763
American VioletIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films21$24,625$1,173$515,869
Were the World MineIndependent1$1,150$1,150$125,380
Throw Down Your HeartArgot Pictures 1$1,147$1,147$42,721
Examined LifeZeitgeist2$2,281$1,141$103,947
Two LoversMagnolia Pictures29$32,500$1,121$3,051,338
Treeless MountainOscilloscope Pictures3$3,102$1,034$22,057
Paris 36Sony Pictures Classics47$45,179$961$696,384
Sunshine CleaningOverture Films 328$290,093$884$10,897,713
Cherry BlossomsStrand Releasing2$1,761$881$97,083
Shall We Kiss?Music Box Films22$19,045$866$405,536
BallerinaFirst Run1$846$846$104,801
Tokyo SonataRegent Releasing6$4,699$783$228,233
Skills Like ThisShadow Distribution5$3,514$703$52,084
Everlasting MomentsIFC Films23$15,244$663$510,571
Tokyo!Liberation Entertainment10$6,450$645$326,390
Harvard Beats Yale 29-29Kino International2$1,208$604$243,887
GomoorahIFC Films29$17,398$600$1,530,575
Waltz With BashirSony Pictures Classics5$2,987$597$2,283,276
GiganticFirst Independent Pictures6$3,580$597$68,514
Slumdog MillionaireFox Searchlight41$24,353$594$141,286,770
The GardenOscilloscope Pictures4$2,170$543$16,629
Nursery UniversityVariance Films6$2,867$478$23,190
The WrestlerFox Searchlight8$3,666$458$26,236,603
The ClassSony Pictures Classics41$16,152$394$3,723,932
The Great Buck HowardMagnolia Pictures31$12,104$390$693,512
Alien TrespassRoadside Attractions1$351$351$81,184
Mysteries of PittsburghPeace Arch Entertainment1$345$345$80,283
CheIFC Films8$2,717$340$1,723,534
In A DreamInternational Film Circuit3$976$325$48,263
Song of SparrowsRegent Releasing1$302$302$57,771
HungerIFC Films6$1,807$301$138,663
Of Time And The CityStrand Releasing1$300$300$32,551
The Golden BoysRoadside Attractions3$878$293$180,509
AbsurdistanFirst Run2$476$238$36,558
12Sony Pictures Classics6$846$141$110,978
The Last LullabyIndependent1$1,142$1,142$20,657

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