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box office: week of November 17

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
Fantastic Mr. Fox20th Century Fox4$265,900$66,475$265,900
PreciousLionsgate174$5,874,628$33,762$8,699,180
La DanseZipporah1$28,104$28,104$66,102
UncertaintyIFC Films1$13,075$13,075$13,075
The End of Poverty?Cinema Libre1$12,593$12,593$12,593
Four Seasons LodgeFirst Run1$11,667$11,667$16,921
The MessengerOscilloscope Pictures4$44,523$11,131$44,523
DareImage Entertainment2$13,200$6,600$13,200
An EducationSony Pictures Classics120$661,901$5,516$3,218,225
William Kunstler: Disturbing the UniversArthouse Films2$10,322$5,161$10,322
Women In TroubleScreen Media Films3$12,784$4,261$12,784
Boondock Saints II: All Saints DayApparition251$1,033,639$4,118$2,495,119
That Evening SunFreestyle Releasing1$3,730$3,730$13,627
Mystery TeamRoadside Attractions1$3,672$3,672$25,069
Art & CopySeventh Art Releasing2$6,949$3,475$127,780
Pirate RadioFocus Features882$2,904,380$3,293$2,904,380
The MaidElephant Eye Films16$48,674$3,042$265,835
The Little TraitorIndependent3$8,518$2,839$33,588
Oh My GodMitropoulos Films3$8,263$2,754$8,263
A Serious ManFocus Features240$657,125$2,738$6,834,722
We Live In PublicIndependent1$2,366$2,366$39,112
The Horse BoyZeitgeist3$6,115$2,038$111,620
35 Shots of RumCinema Guild3$5,593$1,864$94,042
New York, I Love YouVivendi47$86,929$1,850$1,386,792
The House of the DevilMagnolia Pictures6$11,084$1,847$63,137
Visual AcousticsArthouse Films2$3,482$1,741$44,016
Coco Before ChanelSony Pictures Classics256$424,011$1,656$4,847,752
A Woman in BerlinStrand Releasing2$3,304$1,652$287,526
AntichristIFC Films16$25,778$1,611$282,404
(Untitled)IDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films21$33,795$1,609$168,259
Gentlemen BroncosFox Searchlight18$27,555$1,531$87,509
RevancheJanus Films3$4,299$1,433$283,900
The September IssueRoadside Attractions23$32,272$1,403$3,730,159
White on RiceVariance Films2$2,491$1,246$61,470
CrudeFirst Run7$8,654$1,236$147,392
AmeliaFox Searchlight830$923,785$1,113$13,143,512
Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I LoveShadow Distribution3$3,303$1,101$160,814
ParisIFC Films27$29,694$1,100$859,694
DeparturesRegent Releasing5$5,324$1,065$1,482,648
Good HairRoadside Attractions89$93,191$1,047$3,999,948
Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. GoldbergInternational Film Circuit17$17,647$1,038$1,096,395
The Damned UnitedSony Pictures Classics27$27,895$1,033$361,785
Passport To LoveVariance Films5$4,855$971$168,945
CollapseVitagraph3$2,865$955$20,574
It Might Get LoudSony Pictures Classics17$15,810$930$1,569,659
My One And OnlyFreestyle Releasing10$9,296$930$2,475,970
SplinterheadsPaladin3$2,786$929$16,392
The Yes Men Fix The WorldShadow Distribution13$11,955$920$112,032
Tum MileViva Entertainment16$13,937$871$13,937
AmreekaNational Geographic Entertainment6$4,926$821$592,265
Killing KasztnerIndependent3$2,296$765$24,778
Humble PieIndependent1$758$758$2,281
Adventures Of PowerVariance Films2$1,496$748$16,147
Bright StarApparition72$50,265$698$4,341,275
SeraphineMusic Box Films7$4,771$682$844,582
EndgameMonterey Media3$1,964$655$4,469
Capitalism: A Love StoryOverture Films 129$79,205$614$14,194,694
500 Days of SummerFox Searchlight28$16,540$591$32,374,303
The Baader Meinhof ComplexVitagraph1$577$577$464,125
AdamFox Searchlight3$1,695$565$2,277,396
Ong Bak 2Magnolia Pictures8$4,444$556$76,169
World's Greatest DadMagnolia Pictures3$1,491$497$219,719
The Legend Of God's GunIndican Pictures1$487$487$243,566
StormFilm Movement3$1,253$418$15,109
The Way We Get ByInternational Film Circuit3$1,151$384$89,501
More Than A GameLionsgate56$21,396$382$922,906
Laila's BirthdayKino International1$381$381$13,408
MoonSony Pictures Classics2$752$376$5,009,677
Food, Inc.Magnolia Pictures3$1,122$374$4,414,034
Big FanFirst Independent Pictures3$980$327$223,198
Cloud 9Music Box Films3$910$303$83,826
The Beaches of AgnesCinema Guild5$1,489$298$211,426
BronsonMagnolia Pictures3$707$236$84,532
The Burning PlainMagnolia Pictures3$707$236$198,300
Soul PowerSony Pictures Classics2$406$203$206,813
Fallen Idol: The Yuri Gagarin ConspiracyIndican Pictures1$202$202$10,047
Under Our SkinShadow Distribution1$200$200$91,209
Act Of GodZeitgeist1$168$168$9,907
TruckerMonterey Media3$435$145$45,140
Cove, TheRoadside Attractions6$811$135$855,562
MotherhoodFreestyle Releasing8$994$124$92,900
From Mexico With LoveRoadside Attractions1$63$63$548,365

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