5 Broken Cameras

5 Broken Cameras poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $109,983Details
International Box Office $173,309
Worldwide Box Office $283,292
Further financial details...

  1. Summary
  2. News
  3. Box Office
  4. Video Sales
  5. Full Financials
  6. Cast & Crew
  7. Trailer

Synopsis

Filmed from the perspective of a Palestinian farm laborer, 5 Broken Cameras was shot using five different video cameras - all of them destroyed in the process of documenting Emad's family's life and non-violent Palestinian resistance to the Israeli occupation.

Metrics

Rotten Tomatoes
Critics Certified FreshAudience Upright
Critics
95% - Certified Fresh
Audience
87% - Upright

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: May 30th, 2012 (Limited) by Kino Lorber
Video Release: January 15th, 2013 by Kino Video
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 90 minutes
Keywords: Civil Disobedience, Directing Yourself, Agitprop, Voiceover/Narration, Political
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Documentary
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Alegria Productions, Burnat Films Palestine, Guy DVD Films, France Television, Noga Communications, Channel 8, Ikon

Cast

Emad Burnat    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Director   
Screenwriter    Emad Burnat
Screenwriter    Guy Davidi
Producer    Christine Camdessus
Producer    Serge Gordey
Producer    Emad Burnat
Producer    Guy Davidi

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Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2012/06/01 70 $6,674   1 $6,674   $8,586 5
2012/06/08 67 $7,736 +16% 1 $7,736   $22,787 12
2012/06/15 84 $2,336 -70% 1 $2,336   $30,348 19
2012/06/22 66 $8,731 +274% 6 $1,455   $41,361 26
2012/06/29 94 $135 -98% 1 $135   $48,643 33
2012/07/06 93 $114 -16% 1 $114   $49,818 40
2012/07/13 64 $5,700 +4,900% 1 $5,700   $55,609 47
2012/07/27 89 $728   1 $728   $61,186 61
2012/08/03 86 $892 +23% 2 $446   $62,446 68
2012/08/10 101 $187 -79% 1 $187   $63,924 75
2012/08/17 87 $1,078 +476% 1 $1,078   $65,118 82
2012/08/24 101 $361 -67% 1 $361   $66,773 89
2012/09/14 93 $1,280   2 $640   $68,332 110
2012/09/28 105 $291   1 $291   $70,410 124
2012/10/05 89 $1,639 +463% 1 $1,639   $72,455 131
2012/10/12 91 $741 -55% 2 $371   $73,196 138
2012/10/19 105 $189 -74% 1 $189   $73,961 145
2012/11/09 109 $141   1 $141   $73,961 166
2012/12/28 65 $144   1 $144   $75,607 215
2013/01/18 60 $1,777   1 $1,777   $77,384 236
2013/01/25 71 $2,560 +44% 2 $1,280   $81,499 243
2013/02/01 79 $1,839 -28% 3 $613   $84,912 250
2013/02/08 73 $2,628 +43% 7 $375   $89,501 257
2013/02/15 77 $2,091 -20% 6 $349   $93,578 264
2013/02/22 82 $1,829 -13% 2 $915   $98,041 271
2013/03/01 89 $1,682 -8% 2 $841   $100,576 278
2013/03/08 99 $391 -77% 1 $391   $101,784 285
2013/03/15 101 $156 -60% 1 $156   $101,940 292
2013/03/22 117 $194 +24% 1 $194   $102,534 299
2013/04/05 113 $432   1 $432   $103,011 313
2013/04/12 99 $890 +106% 1 $890   $103,901 320
2013/04/26 89 $2,785   1 $2,785   $106,902 334
2013/05/03 101 $1,604 -42% 1 $1,604   $108,541 341

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