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‘The Farewell’ Enters Top 10 as ‘Honeyland’ Releases at

A24’s “The Farewell” continues to carry out nicely on the indie field workplace, passing $Three million in complete grosses because it prepares to increase large subsequent weekend.

In its third weekend, the Lulu Wang-directed dramedy expanded to 135 screens and grossed $1.5 million to maintain its per display common within the 5 digits at $11,510. That is sufficient to push the movie into the highest 10 general for the weekend, because it now has a complete of $3.6 million.

This weekend’s new releases had been a cluster of nonfiction titles, however the one one which did solidly was the NEON documentary “Honeyland,” a story that premiered at Sundance about one of many final beekeeper in a distant a part of Macedonia and her battle with a farming household that arrives within the area. Released on two screens in L.A. and New York, the movie has grossed $30,000 this weekend.

Another Sundance doc that premiered this weekend is Magnolia Pictures’ “Mike Wallace Is Here,” Avi Belkin’s exploration of the profession and troubled lifetime of the famed “60 Minutes” newsman. Released on three screens, the movie earned $19,500 for a mean of $6,500.

Among holdovers, Bleecker Street’s “The Art of Self Defense” crossed $2 million in its third weekend with $311,317 from 541 screens. Sony Pictures Classics’ “Maiden” crossed $1 million in its fifth weekend with $204,858 from 113 screens, and A24’s “The Last Black Man in San Francisco” crossed $four million with $133,800 in its eighth weekend.

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