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Het nieuwe Rijksmuseum (2015)

Het nieuwe Rijksmuseum poster
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $40,578Details
International Box Office $69,511Details
Worldwide Box Office $110,089
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Synopsis

If you’ve visited Amsterdam, you’ve probably been to the Rijksmuseum, one of the world’s preeminent art museums — home to masterpieces by Rembrandt and Vermeer — itself a vast, magnificent structure, built in 1895 by architect Pierre Cuypers. The renovation of the museum went on for 10 long, expensive years, so it is fitting that a documentary on this torturous (and often, inadvertently hilarious) process should turn into not one but two feature-length movies: Spanish architects Antonio Cruz and Antonio Ortiz have designed an ingenious new entryway, but the Dutch Cyclists Union won’t tolerate reduced access for the 13,000 bicyclists who ride through the passageway daily. The museum’s magisterial director, Ronald de Leeuw, and his successor, the younger, scrappier Wim Pijbes, battle with curators, politicians, designers, city bureaucrats, and the public as the price of construction soars to $500 million. It’s a messy, complicated story that New Yorkers will relate to, but fortunately, one with a glorious ending.

Metrics

Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

RecordRankAmount
All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 12,001-12,100) 12,059 $40,578
All Time International Box Office (Rank 8,001-8,100) 8,015 $69,511
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 13,701-13,800) 13,768 $110,089
All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 4,801-4,900) 4,824 $40,578

See the Box Office tab (Domestic) and International tab (International and Worldwide) for more Cumulative Box Office Records.


Movie Details

Domestic Releases: June 19th, 2015 (Limited) by First Run Features, released as The New Rijksmuseum
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 228 minutes
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Keywords: Museum, Architecture
Source:Based on Real Life Events
Genre:Documentary
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Factual
Production Companies: Film Forum
Production Countries: Netherlands

Cast

Louise Attema    Herself
Antonio Cruz    Himself
Peter Derks    Himself
Taco Dibbits    Himself
Antonio Ortiz    Himself
Etienne Schoenmaeckers    Himself
Wim Pijbes    Himself
Ronald Plasterk    Himself
Jean Michele Wilmotte    Himself
Menno Fitski    Himself

Production and Technical Credits

Director   
Screenwriter    Oeke Hoogendijk
Producer    van Hustee
Editor    Gys Zevenbergen
Director of Photography    Sander Snoep
Director of Photography    Gregor Meerman
Sound Designer    Mark Wessner

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records


Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/06/19 83 $2,631   3 $877   $2,631 3
2015/06/26 93 $734 -72% 2 $367   $4,592 10
2015/07/03 67 $4,056 +453% 4 $1,014   $9,050 17
2015/07/10 101 $295 -93% 1 $295   $11,652 24
2015/07/17 94 $470 +59% 1 $470   $12,625 31
2015/07/24 84 $2,374 +405% 2 $1,187   $15,695 38
2015/07/31 67 $5,444 +129% 4 $1,361   $24,876 45
2015/08/07 85 $1,298 -76% 2 $649   $27,894 52
2015/08/14 93 $700 -46% 2 $350   $30,297 59
2015/08/21 95 $779 +11% 3 $260   $31,998 66
2015/08/28 98 $157 -80% 1 $157   $32,516 73
2015/10/02 116 $366   1 $366   $40,437 108
2015/10/09 110 $141 -61% 1 $141   $40,578 115

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossDays
2015/06/19 87 $3,858   3 $1,286   $3,858 7
2015/06/26 102 $1,136 -71% 3 $379   $4,994 14
2015/07/03 72 $6,363 +460% 4 $1,591   $11,357 21
2015/07/10 104 $798 -87% 1 $798   $12,155 28
2015/07/17 99 $1,166 +46% 1 $1,166   $13,321 35
2015/07/24 83 $6,111 +424% 3 $2,037   $19,432 42
2015/07/31 74 $7,164 +17% 5 $1,433   $26,596 49
2015/08/07 88 $3,001 -58% 4 $750   $29,597 56
2015/08/14 90 $1,622 -46% 2 $811   $31,219 63
2015/08/21 103 $1,140 -30% 3 $380   $32,359 70
2015/08/28 109 $389 -66% 1 $389   $32,748 77
2015/09/04 86 $7,323 +1,783% 1 $7,323   $40,071 84
2015/10/02 122 $366   1 $366   $40,437 112
2015/10/09 115 $141 -61% 1 $141   $40,578 119

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