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Indies From ‘Licorice Pizza’ To ‘Belfast, ‘Drive My Car To’ ‘Parallel Mothers’ Fortify Arthouse As Awards Season Revs Up – Specialty Box Office

Critically acclaimed enviornment of skills holdovers continued to plant their flags in theaters as awards season advances and Oscar nominations loom — and on a weekend with few new releases, most now not reporting grosses recently.

Amongst the better indies, United Artists Releasing’s Licorice Pizza by Paul Thomas Anderson grossed an estimated $683okay in week nine from 772 runs (Fri. $207okay; Sat. $288okay; Sun. $187okay est.). That’s a PSA of $885 and total cume of $10.7 million.

Focus Capabilities said Belfast is at $7.5 million domestic and $10.1 million worldwide after garnering any other $30okay in the U.S. on 63 monitors and seeing a stable $3.1 million begin in the U.Okay./Ireland. Earlier this month, the Kenneth Branagh film acquired 14 nods on the BAFTA long list.

Sony Photos Classics’ Penelope-Cruz-starrer Parallel Moms from Pedro Almodovar, in week 5, experiences $170.4k on 111 monitors (up from 50 final week) for a per show average of 1,535 and a cume of $611,713.

Additionally from SPC, racial justice documentary Who We Are: A Story of Racism in The United States, from Emily Kunstler and Sarah Kunstler with civil rights criminal expert Jeffery Robinson, took in $2,153 on four monitors. That’s a $536 PSA and cume of $32,744. And Jockey by Clint Bentley starring Clifton Collins, Jr. is grossing $7,962 in week four on 12 monitors – up from 2 final weekend. PSA of $664, total cume of $19,667

In its ninth weekend out, Pressure My Vehicle from Variance Motion pictures by Ryusuke Hamaguchi


grossed an estimated $96,250 on 96 monitors for a PSA of $1,003 and a new cume of $649,489. The film from Japan used to be no. 1 in the constructing at NYC’s Movie Forum and BAM Rose Cinemas, to boot to at LA’s The Landmark, the distributor said.

Neon’s animated documentary Flit took in $36,389 in week eight on 37 monitors. That’s a PSA of $983 and cume of $100,063 for Danish director Jonas Poher Rasmussen’s film. (Fri. $11,200; Sat. $13,880; Sun. $11,300)

Red Rocket by Sean Baker from A24 grossed $31,145 on 56 monitors. Fri. $8,865; Sat. $12,273; Sun. $9,902. Cummulative notorious $1.039 million.

And anime Belle presented by GKIDS from Mamoru Hosoda and Studio Chizu in week two grossed $550okay in 1,180 locations (Fri. $132okay; Sat. $252okay; Sun. $165okay est.) for a total cume of $2.7 million.

Weekend openers encompass: Cinema Guild’s Introduction by Korean filmmaker Hong Sang-soo; Samuel Goldwyn Motion pictures’ Lunana: A Yak in the Classroom from Bhutan, by Pawo Choyning Dorji; Discontinuance-Zemlia from Altered Innocence, coming of age chronicle from Ukraine by Kateryna Gornosta.

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