Deadline – Magnolia Pictures’ Oscar-nominated documentary I Am Not Your Negro packed in audiences over the weekend, putting it on track to be one of the year’s highest-grossing non-fiction films. Magnolia bowed the Toronto premiere directed by Raoul Peck in 43 theaters, grossing $709K.
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