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White Girl (2016)

White Girl
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $200,242Details
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Equipped with platinum blond hair and a winning smile, NYC college girl Leah seeks out pleasure in any form. Between getting high with her roommate and snorting lines with her boss, Leah falls for Blue, a young man dealing drugs on her corner. Within days, the two are selling cocaine to her boss and his downtown friends and living the high life. Summer love crashes to a halt when Blue is arrested and Leah is left with a serious bag of his coke. Enlisting the help of an overpriced lawyer, Leah finds herself deep in debt as she crosses all boundaries to get Blue back.


Latest Ranking on Cumulative Box Office Lists

All Time Domestic Box Office (Rank 10,001-10,100) 10,038 $200,242
All Time Worldwide Box Office (Rank 13,201-13,300) 13,262 $200,242
All Time Domestic Highest Grossing Limited Release Movies (Rank 3,101-3,200) 3,173 $200,242

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

Movie Details

Domestic Releases: September 2nd, 2016 (Limited) by FilmRise
MPAA Rating: Not Rated
Running Time: 88 minutes
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Keywords: New York City, College, Narcotics, Romance
Source:Original Screenplay
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Contemporary Fiction
Production Companies: Bank Street Films, A Supermarche, Killer Films, Greencard Pictures
Production Countries: United States


Justin Bartha    Kelly
India Menuez    Katie
Adrian Martinez    Lloyd
Anthony Ramos    Kilo
Ralph Rodriguez    Nene
Annabelle Dexter-Jones    Alexa
Chris Noth    George
Eden Marryshow    Undercover Cop
Charles Barboza    Carlos
Graig Guggenheim    Limo Driver
Brendan Burke    Corrections Officer
Jermel Howard    Darnell on Train
Anthony Quarles    Le Baron Bouncer
Pete Klein    Bouncer #2
Kyanna Simone Simpson    Pregnant Girl
Nancy Eng    Restaurant Cashier
Duane Littles    Inmate
Tamika Sonja Lawrence    Female Visitor #1
Danielle Thomas    Female Visitor #2
Szeming Celia Auh    Partygoer #1
Byrne Davis    Homeless Man

Production and Technical Credits

Screenwriter    Elizabeth Wood
Producer    Matthew Achterberg
Producer    Petra Ahmann
Producer    Gabriel Nussbaum
Producer    Orlee-Rose Strauss
Executive Producer    Christine Vachon
Executive Producer    David Hinojosa
Executive Producer    Henry Joost
Executive Producer    Ariel Schulman
Cinematographer    Michael Simmonds
Editor    Michael Taylor
Production Designer    Fletcher Chancey
Co-Producer    Matthew Achterberg
Music Supervisor    Josh Kessler
Supervising Sound Editor    Coll Anderson
Re-recording Mixer    Coll Anderson
Casting Director    Jessica Daniels
Costume Designer    Rachel Dainer Best
Associate Producer    Orlee-Rose Strauss
Associate Producer    Pierre Sebaste
Line Producer    Petra Ahmann
Unit Production Manager    David Newhouse
First Assistant Director    Yori Tondrowski
Second Assistant Director    Ramiro Quintero
Additional Photography    Adam Newport-Berra
Additional Photography    Sean Price Williams
Script Supervisor    Sasha Vitelli
Sound Mixer    Wynn Thomas
Location Manager    Lit Kilpatrick
Art Director    Steve Grise
Set Decorator    Nicole Watts
Make-up and Hair Designer    Jackie Risotto
Make-up and Hair Designer    Emily Nowacki
Production Supervisor    Suzie Jozkowski
Editor    Gabriel Nussbaum
Associate Editor    Kevin Tadge
Sound Effects Editor    Matthew Snedecor
Dialogue Editor    Duncan Clark
Foley Mixer    Jack Heeren
Foley Mixer    Don White
Foley Recordist    Jenna Dalla Riva

Theater Averages: White Girl Starts in the Black with Average of $10,155

September 7th, 2016

White Girl

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September 4th, 2016

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Limited and VOD Releases: Take Off, You Hoser

September 2nd, 2016


It’s a bad week for limited releases, as the only two films earning any real advance buzz are Skiptrace and Yoga Hosers, neither of which are earning good reviews. Of all of the films on this week’s list, Zoom is the only one I really want to see. It’s just $5 to rent on Video on Demand. More...

Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/09/02 57 $34,058   3 $11,353   $34,058 1
2016/09/09 57 $26,385 -23% 8 $3,298   $76,631 2
2016/09/16 55 $27,495 +4% 16 $1,718   $117,784 3
2016/09/23 52 $20,479 -26% 12 $1,707   $153,520 4
2016/09/30 62 $12,774 -38% 5 $2,555   $176,301 5
2016/10/07 66 $8,219 -36% 2 $4,110   $193,038 6
2016/10/14 89 $2,445 -70% 1 $2,445   $198,493 7

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2016/09/02 57 $50,246   3 $16,749   $50,246 1
2016/09/09 56 $42,108 -16% 8 $5,264   $92,354 2
2016/09/16 53 $42,752 +2% 16 $2,672   $135,106 3
2016/09/23 53 $30,486 -29% 12 $2,541   $165,592 4
2016/09/30 65 $19,227 -37% 5 $3,845   $184,819 5
2016/10/07 66 $13,250 -31% 2 $6,625   $198,069 6
2016/10/14 105 $2,445 -82% 1 $2,445   $200,242 7

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