Pure Flix Film “God’s Not Dead” Earns $8.5 Million

Pure Flix Film God's Not Dead
Pure Flix Film God’s Not Dead

Pure Flix announced Monday that its film God’s Not Dead opened with a per screen average of more than $11,000 and ranked in the top 5 of all movies released the weekend ending March 23, 2014.

Amid a flood of other faith-based movies, God’s Not Dead’s per screen average is an all-time high for wide release Christian films, claims the company.

Only showing on 780 screens in its debut weekend among many other releases on over 3,000 screens, God’s Not Dead outperformed virtually all movies on a per screen average basis, says Pure Flix.

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Pure Flix and Freestyle Releasing are adding hundreds of runs for the second week, bringing the total number of theaters to approximately 1,000.

“Demand for God’s Not Dead in the faith-based community has been significant because the message is culturally relevant to millions of Americans,” said David A.R. White, managing partner of Pure Flix and an actor in the film playing Reverend Dave.

Pure Flix, based in Scottsdale, AZ, is an inspirational film studio.

Founded in 2004, Freestyle is a theatrical distributor offering services such as distribution, sales, marketing, and varied national and international output deals. The company handles both wide and limited release patterns that range from 2,500 screens to exclusive engagements.

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