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Bert Stern: Original Mad Man (2013)

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Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $34,005Details
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Bert Stern: Original Mad Man is the definitive voyage into the life and work of one of the greatest American photographers of all time. After working alongside Stanley Kubrick at Look Magazine, Stern became an original Madison Avenue "mad man," his images helping to create modern advertising. Groundbreaking photos of Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, Marilyn Monroe, Twiggy and the infamous Lolita image from Kubrick's film, coupled with his astonishing success in advertising, minted Stern - along with Irving Penn and Richard Avedon - as a celebrity in his own right; indeed, Stern’s photographs of Monroe in her last sitting are considered to be the ultimate images of the 20th century icon. After marrying the stunning ballet dancer Allegra Kent, the kid from Brooklyn was sitting on top of the world...until a dramatic fall from grace.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: April 5th, 2013 (Limited) by First Run Features
Video Release: July 16th, 2013 by First Run Home
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 89 minutes
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Keywords: Movie Business, Biography, Photography, Advertising and Marketing
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Countries: United States


Bert Stern    Himself
Shannah Laumeister    Herself
Larry Chilnick    Himself
Judith Crist    Herself
Albert D'Annibale    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Producer    Shannah Laumeister
Producer    Gregory McClatchy
Co-Executive Producer    Diane Estelle Vicari
Co-Executive Producer    Jeff Werner
Executive Producer    Diana Holtzberg
Supervising Editor    Jeff Werner
Composer    Starr Parodi
Composer    Jeff Eden Fair
Associate Producer    April Eckfeld

DVD and Blu-ray Releases for July 16th, 2013

July 14th, 2013

It's not a bad week on the home market with a couple first-run releases that are worth picking up. 42 earned great reviews, but the DVD and the Blu-ray Combo Pack don't have enough extras to lift to to the Pick of the Week contender. Evil Dead does have a lot better extras on the DVD and Blu-ray Combo Pack, but the reviews were only good and not great. This leaves Regular Show: Season 1 & Season 2 on DVD or Blu-ray as the Pick of the Week. If you like Adventure Time or Gravity Falls, then you will likely enjoy this show as well. One final note, Orphan Black: Season One on DVD or Blu-ray is absolutely worth picking up and is worthy of Puck of the Week, for best Canadian released. More...

Per Theater Chart: Moviegoers are put in a Trace

April 9th, 2013

The buzz certainly helped Trance, as it earned first place on the per theater chart with an average of $32,786 in four theaters. This is not quite as good as Danny Boyle's previous two limited releases, but if it doesn't reach at least one major milestone, I would be shocked. Upstream Color rode the best reviews of the week to second place with $28,649 in its lone theater. The Company You Keep was right behind with an average of $26,344 in five theaters. Mixed reviews will likely hold down its potential to expand. The Place Beyond the Pines was the only holdover to reach the $10,000 mark. It expanded to 30 theaters, but still managed an impressive average of $23,446. More...

Limited Releases: Are Any Limited Releases Worth Keeping?

April 5th, 2013

As usual, there is an eclectic mix of limited releases, including some that have earned some advance buzz, like Trance and The Company You Keep, which should help them at the box office. The best reviewed film of the week is Upstream Color, but it is probably too weird to thrive outside of the art house circuit. It might be too weird to thrive within the art house circuit. More...

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Daily Box Office Performance

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/04/05 84 $4,691   4 $1,173   $6,470 3
2013/04/12 89 $2,332 -50% 5 $466   $8,186 10
2013/04/19 80 $4,560 +96% 4 $1,140   $16,273 17
2013/04/26 102 $982 -78% 2 $491   $20,419 24
2013/05/03 81 $5,845 +495% 5 $1,169   $26,774 31
2013/05/17 100 $338   2 $169   $29,946 45
2013/05/24 89 $1,163 +244% 1 $1,163   $31,266 52
2013/06/07 89 $647   3 $216   $32,864 66

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2013/04/05 92 $5,854   4 $1,464   $5,854 7
2013/04/12 92 $3,694 -37% 6 $616   $11,692 14
2013/04/19 79 $7,724 +109% 5 $1,545   $19,437 21
2013/04/26 105 $1,492 -81% 2 $746   $20,929 28
2013/05/03 82 $8,679 +482% 6 $1,447   $29,608 35
2013/05/17 102 $495   2 $248   $30,103 49
2013/05/24 89 $2,114 +327% 2 $1,057   $32,217 56
2013/06/07 100 $1,060   4 $265   $33,541 70
2013/07/26 86 $432   1 $432   $34,005 119

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