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box office: week of October 27

indiewire's weekly box office recap:

Title Distributor Locations Gross Per Location Overall Gross
AntichristIFC Films6$71,397$11,900$71,397
An EducationSony Pictures Classics31$367,371$11,851$940,265
The MaidElephant Eye Films6$42,307$7,051$68,389
A Serious ManFocus Features176$1,093,217$6,211$3,196,496
(Untitled)IDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films3$18,002$6,001$18,002
Killing KasztnerIndependent1$5,513$5,513$5,513
AmeliaFox Searchlight820$3,904,047$4,761$3,904,047
Wedding SongStrand Releasing1$4,530$4,530$6,387
Coco Before ChanelSony Pictures Classics63$272,206$4,321$1,740,597
CrudeFirst Run3$11,833$3,944$113,645
Passport To LoveVariance Films6$17,401$2,900$122,760
Visual AcousticsArthouse Films1$2,822$2,822$26,233
BronsonMagnolia Pictures4$11,025$2,756$46,189
Ong Bak 2Magnolia Pictures10$26,564$2,656$26,564
Yoo-Hoo, Mrs. GoldbergInternational Film Circuit20$41,902$2,095$988,660
New York, I Love YouVivendi110$230,127$2,092$747,052
Good HairRoadside Attractions466$945,958$2,030$2,803,709
ParisIFC Films28$55,136$1,969$686,447
The Yes Men Fix The WorldShadow Distribution6$11,081$1,847$54,167
The Damned UnitedSony Pictures Classics36$65,299$1,814$166,130
The Horse BoyZeitgeist4$6,315$1,579$72,865
Black DynamiteApparition27$39,959$1,480$228,477
The September IssueRoadside Attractions61$89,616$1,469$3,486,102
The Vanished EmpireKino International1$1,245$1,245$9,288
Capitalism: A Love StoryOverture Films 636$726,453$1,142$12,960,355
Unmistaken ChildOscilloscope Pictures4$4,455$1,114$302,703
The Stoning of Soraya M.Roadside Attractions3$3,339$1,113$646,264
DeparturesRegent Releasing8$8,674$1,084$1,453,706
Main Aur Mrs. KhannaUTV Communications34$36,549$1,075$184,952
Wake Up SidUTV Communications18$18,976$1,054$710,487
MotherhoodFreestyle Releasing48$50,081$1,043$50,081
Bright StarApparition209$212,138$1,015$3,901,214
Youssou N'Dour: I Bring What I LoveShadow Distribution1$1,000$1,000$155,017
The Beaches of AgnesCinema Guild2$1,879$940$189,772
More Than A GameLionsgate107$99,399$929$749,005
AmreekaNational Geographic Entertainment6$5,367$895$551,628
The CanyonTruly Indie2$1,785$893$1,785
Art & CopySeventh Art Releasing4$3,557$889$110,524
The Way We Get ByInternational Film Circuit4$3,499$875$78,173
A Woman In BerlinStrand Releasing1$851$851$266,815
TruckerMonterey Media12$10,138$845$30,889
MoonSony Pictures Classics12$10,107$842$4,961,197
Adventures Of PowerVariance Films2$1,652$826$10,762
Big FanFirst Independent Pictures7$5,427$775$210,657
No Impact ManOscilloscope Pictures3$2,232$744$86,303
It Might Get LoudSony Pictures Classics47$34,873$742$1,486,136
My One And OnlyFreestyle Releasing19$14,064$740$2,416,056
The Boys are BackMiramax108$78,646$728$694,355
The Burning PlainMagnolia Pictures6$4,259$710$186,768
Under Our SkinShadow Distribution1$700$700$87,577
500 Days of SummerFox Searchlight39$25,623$657$32,252,887
SeraphineMusic Box Films8$5,172$647$825,551
AdamFox Searchlight9$5,769$641$2,260,084
The Baader Meinhof ComplexVitagraph8$4,908$614$446,235
35 Shots of RumCinema Guild3$1,830$610$70,511
The Girl From MonacoMagnolia Pictures2$1,144$572$599,595
FuelIntention Media2$1,134$567$172,658
Il DivoMusic Box Films2$1,085$543$236,721
Soul PowerSony Pictures Classics2$1,084$542$204,172
From Mexico With LoveRoadside Attractions21$10,962$522$538,607
World's Greatest DadMagnolia Pictures2$1,010$505$213,516
Cold SoulsIDP/Samuel Goldwyn Films14$6,188$442$891,966
The CoveRoadside Attractions7$3,011$430$845,663
I Hope They Serve Beer In HellFreestyle Releasing36$14,430$401$1,401,718
JerichowCinema Guild1$379$379$60,105
Food, Inc.Magnolia Pictures15$5,609$374$4,406,618
Whatever WorksSony Pictures Classics3$1,004$335$5,305,622
Lorna's SilenceSony Pictures Classics9$2,778$309$326,166
HumpdayMagnolia Pictures5$1,507$301$406,943
Earth DaysZeitgeist4$849$212$21,391
Paper HeartOverture Films 46$8,296$180$1,269,361
BeeswaxCinema Guild1$146$146$35,141

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