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box office: week of November 10

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
PreciousLionsgate18$1,872,458$104,025$1,872,458
La DanseZipporah1$14,000$14,000$21,220
SplinterheadsPaladin1$10,515$10,515$10,515
CollapseVitagraph1$7,800$7,800$7,800
That Evening SunFreestyle Releasing1$7,330$7,330$7,330
An EducationSony Pictures Classics83$592,407$7,137$2,307,837
Boondock Saints II: All Saints DayApparition105$427,919$4,075$1,244,450
The MaidElephant Eye Films10$36,835$3,684$200,493
SkinJour De Fete Films14$46,982$3,356$79,184
A Serious ManFocus Features262$863,750$3,297$5,833,069
The Horse BoyZeitgeist5$13,418$2,684$98,602
Act Of GodZeitgeist1$2,606$2,606$8,666
Gentlemen BroncosFox Searchlight12$30,553$2,546$48,271
(Untitled)IDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films25$59,474$2,379$106,169
Visual AcousticsArthouse Films5$11,097$2,219$40,534
New York, I Love YouVivendi61$131,936$2,163$1,233,856
Passport To LoveVariance Films4$8,458$2,115$161,670
A Woman In BerlinStrand Releasing3$6,104$2,035$281,393
White on RiceVariance Films2$4,058$2,029$57,580
AntichristIFC Films19$38,019$2,001$228,568
Killing KasztnerIndependent2$3,963$1,982$19,438
CrudeFirst Run4$7,650$1,913$136,084
Coco Before ChanelSony Pictures Classics307$545,146$1,776$4,107,048
AmeliaFox Searchlight1030$1,806,626$1,754$11,346,336
The Little TraitorIndependent2$3,227$1,614$25,070
Good HairRoadside Attractions137$204,122$1,490$3,826,821
New Year ParadeIndependent1$1,443$1,443$5,625
The September IssueRoadside Attractions30$42,360$1,412$3,670,037
ParisIFC Films26$35,778$1,376$813,521
Wedding SongStrand Releasing2$2,265$1,133$14,805
Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. GoldbergInternational Film Circuit18$18,870$1,048$1,064,164
Il DivoMusic Box Films1$1,018$1,018$239,294
DeparturesRegent Releasing4$3,725$931$1,473,156
Bright StarApparition86$70,280$817$4,252,058
The Combat Dans L'ileThe Film Desk1$813$813$29,183
Fallen Idol: The Yuri Gagarin ConspiracyIndican Pictures1$807$807$9,448
I Hope They Serve Beer In HellFreestyle Releasing8$6,339$792$1,425,993
London DreamsStudio 1860$45,048$751$253,012
Capitalism: A Love StoryOverture Films 217$162,478$749$14,024,598
Whip ItFox Searchlight138$101,682$737$12,805,883
500 Days of SummerFox Searchlight39$26,030$667$32,343,342
AdamFox Searchlight2$1,327$664$2,274,015
The Baader Meinhof ComplexVitagraph11$7,213$656$460,471
AmreekaNational Geographic Entertainment13$8,306$639$583,474
It Might Get LoudSony Pictures Classics17$10,734$631$1,548,329
MoonSony Pictures Classics15$8,692$579$5,004,057
Humble PieIndependent2$1,083$542$1,083
MotherhoodFreestyle Releasing19$10,255$540$87,646
My One And OnlyFreestyle Releasing24$12,078$503$2,458,636
Adventures Of PowerVariance Films3$1,509$503$13,487
No Impact ManOscilloscope Pictures4$1,975$494$96,396
SeraphineMusic Box Films4$1,928$482$837,486
Looking For PalladinIndependent8$3,788$474$7,246
More Than A GameLionsgate74$31,506$426$887,029
Cold SoulsIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films4$1,695$424$903,148
Cloud 9 (Wolke Neun)Music Box Films2$774$387$82,021
From Mexico With LoveRoadside Attractions4$1,466$367$547,997
Big FanFirst Independent Pictures4$1,382$346$221,494
Earth DaysZeitgeist1$286$286$23,179
TaxidermiaRegent Releasing1$244$244$10,205
TruckerMonterey Media3$603$201$44,170
The CoveRoadside Attractions6$1,183$197$853,278
Soul PowerSony Pictures Classics2$365$183$206,196
Lorna's SilenceSony Pictures Classics3$474$158$331,864
The Way We Get ByInternational Film Circuit6$932$155$86,668
Goodbye SoloRoadside Attractions1$153$153$871,275
EndgameMonterey Media14$1,608$115$1,608
Bliss (Mutluluk)First Run14$1,230$88$36,444
The Stoning of Soraya M.Roadside Attractions3$125$42$651,542

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