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FUR: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus (2006)

FUR: An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus
Theatrical Performance
Domestic Box Office $223,202Details
International Box Office $2,057,887Details
Worldwide Box Office $2,281,089
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  7. Cast & Crew
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Movie Details

Production Budget:$16,800,000
Domestic Releases: November 10th, 2006 (Limited) by Picturehouse
Video Release: May 8th, 2007 by New Line Home Video, released as Fur - An Imaginary Portrait of Diane Arbus
MPAA Rating: R for graphic nudity, some sexuality and language.
Running Time: 115 minutes
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Keywords: Biography
Source:Based on Fiction Book/Short Story
Production Method:Live Action
Creative Type:Dramatization
Production Companies: River Road Entertainment
Production Countries: United States

Leading Cast

   Diane Arbus
   Lionel Sweeney

Supporting Cast

Ty Burrell    Allan Arbus
Harris Yulin    David Nemerov
Jane Alexander    Gertrude Nemerov
Emmy Clarke    Grace Arbus
Genevieve McCarthy    Sophie Arbus
Boris McGiver    Jack Henry
Marceline Hugot    Tippa Henry
Emily Bergl    Allan's New Assistant
Lynn Marie Stetson    Fiona (Naked Girl)
Christina Rouner    Lois
Mary Duffy    Althea
Gwendolyn Bucci    Dominatrix
Matt Servitto    Handsome Client
David Green    Another Client
Sandriel Frank    Fox Model
Krista Coyle    Fashion Model
Joseph McKenna    Bald Man
John C. Gallagher    Carnival Talker
Courtney Taylor Burness    Little Diane
Maureen Shannon    Rose the Maid
David Perkins    Man with the Dominatrix
Eric Gingold    Giant
Jose Rafael Arango    Funeral Home Director
George McGrath    Transvestite
David Joseph Steinberg    Singing Little Person
Natalie Dix    Abby
Kim Taggart    Model Kate
Teddy Tilkin    Hank
Jess Osuna    Elevator Man
Laura Andrew    Siamese Twin
Leesa Andrew    Siamese Twin

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Production and Technical Credits

Shane Mahan    Special Effects Makeup Supervisor
Erin Cressida Wilson    Screenwriter
Patricia Bosworth    Inspired by the book by
William Pohlad    Producer
Laura Bickford    Producer
Bonnie Timmermann    Producer
Andrew Fierberg    Producer
Edward R. Pressman    Executive Producer
Alessandro Camon    Executive Producer
Michael Roban    Executive Producer
Bill Pope    Cinematographer
Amy Danger    Production Designer
Keiko Deguchi    Editor
Kristina Boden    Editor
Patricia Bosworth    Co-Producer
Vincent Farrel, III    Co-Producer
Gerry Robert Byrne    Co-Producer
Mary Jane Skalski    Co-Producer
Adam Brightman    Unit Production Manager
Carter Burwell    Composer
Beth Amy Rosenblatt    Music Supervisor
Mark Bridges    Costume Designer
Ellen Parks    Casting Director
Adam Brightman    Line Producer
Carl Lawrence Ludwig    Assistant Director
Meryl Emmerton    Production Supervisor
Nick Ralbovsky    Art Director
Carrie Stewart    Set Decorator
John Foster    Second Unit Camera
Barbara J. Hause    Costume Supervisor
Tom Nelson    Sound Mixer
Reilly Steele    Re-recording Mixer
Coll Anderson    Re-recording Mixer
Eugene Gearty    Sound Designer
Laura Civiello    Dialogue Editor
Fred Rosenberg    Dialogue Editor
Philip Stockton    Dialogue Editor
Todd Kasow    Music Editor
James Sarzotti    Makeup (Key)
Robert Fama    Hairstylist (Key)
Todd Kleitsch    Special Make-up Effects
Kate Biscoe    Special Make-up Effects
Cort Hessler, III    Stunt Coordinator

The bold credits above the line are the "above-the-line" credits, the other the "below-the-line" credits.

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Domestic Cumulative Box Office Records

Weekend Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/11/10 52 $28,815   4 $7,204   $28,815 1
2006/11/17 46 $49,675 +72% 32 $1,552   $90,368 2
2006/11/24 52 $32,932 -34% 39 $844   $148,913 3
2006/12/01 53 $23,586 -28% 34 $694   $188,697 4
2006/12/08 67 $8,888 -62% 22 $404   $210,543 5
2006/12/15 73 $4,660 -48% 9 $518   $220,914 6

Daily Box Office Performance

Weekly Box Office Performance

DateRankGross% ChangeTheatersPer TheaterTotal GrossWeek
2006/11/10 55 $40,693   4 $10,173   $40,693 1
2006/11/17 50 $75,288 +85% 32 $2,353   $115,981 2
2006/11/24 53 $49,130 -35% 39 $1,260   $165,111 3
2006/12/01 54 $36,544 -26% 34 $1,075   $201,655 4
2006/12/08 67 $14,599 -60% 22 $664   $216,254 5
2006/12/15 76 $6,948 -52% 9 $772   $223,202 6

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