Box Office 2016: 'La La Land,' 'Manchester by the Sea' Top Highest-Grossing Art House Films

6:20 AM 1/5/2017

by Pamela McClintock

Roadside Attractions — also behind 'Hello, My Name Is Doris' and 'Love & Friendship' — boasted the top U.S. market share of indie distributors thanks in part to its Amazon relationship.

'La La Land,' 'Manchester by the Sea'
'La La Land,' 'Manchester by the Sea'
Courtesy of Lionsgate; Roadside Attractions

(Source: Box Office Mojo)

  1. 10
    10

    Nocturnal Animals

    Focus (Nov. 18)

    Courtesy of Merrick Morton/Focus Features

    Budget: $23M
    Total domestic gross: $10.3M

  2. 9
    10

    Cafe Society

    Lionsgate/Amazon (July 15)

    Lionsgate/Photofest

    Budget: $30M
    Total domestic gross: $11.1M

  3. 8
    10

    Moonlight

    A24 (Oct. 21)

    David Bornfriend

    Budget: $5M
    Total domestic gross: $12.7M

  4. 7
    10

    Hillary's America

    Quality Flix (July 15)

    YouTube/Dinesh D'Souza

    Budget: $5M
    Total domestic gross: $13.1M

  5. 6
    10

    Love & Friendship

    Roadside/Amazon (May 13)

    Photofest

    Budget: $3M
    Total domestic gross: $14M

  6. 5
    10

    Hello, My Name Is Doris

    Roadside (March 11)

    Aaron Epstein/Roadside Attractions

    Budget: $1M
    Total domestic gross: $14.4M

  7. 4
    10

    Eye in the Sky

    Bleecker Street (March 11)

    Keith Bernstein

    Budget: $13M
    Total domestic gross: $18.7M

  8. 3
    10

    Hell or High Water

    Lionsgate/CBS Films (Aug. 12)

    Lorey Sebastian

    Budget: $12M
    Total domestic gross: $27M

  9. 2
    10

    Manchester by the Sea

    Roadside/Amazon (Nov. 18)

    Claire Folger/Courtesy of Amazon Studios and Roadside Attractions

    Budget: $8.5M
    Total domestic gross: $29.7M

  10. 1
    10

    La La Land

    Lionsgate (Dec. 9)

    Courtesy of Toronto International Film Festival

    Budget: $30M
    Total domestic gross: $37.3M

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