His Where To Invade Next takes crown for third week in a row
Michael Moore's latest documentary is once again the top nonfiction title at the North American box office.
Where To Invade Next earned another $360,506 over the weekend, upping its total to $2,580,939, according to audience measurement firm Rentrak.
Trailing well behind were all the other documentaries now in theaters.
Ingrid Bergman: In Her Own Words came in second place over the weekend, earning just under $5,000. Its total take has reached $115,250, per Rentrak.
Actress Alicia Vikander, who won an Oscar Sunday night for her work in The Danish Girl, supplies the voice of Bergman in documentary about her fellow Swede. The documentary's Facebook page says Vikander is the first Swedish performer to win Best Supporting Actress since Bergman herself did in 1975 for Murder on the Orient Express -- one of three Oscars Bergman won.
Laurie Anderson's film Heart of a Dog climbed back into the top five, finishing in third place over the weekend. Its total after 19 weeks of release stands at $406,471.
Amy Berg's documentary on the late Janis Joplin, Janis: Little Girl Blue, remained in the top five. It finished in fourth place over the weekend, upping its grand total to $385,556.
James Crump's documentary Troublemakers: The Story of Land Art rounded out the top five, according to Rentrak.
Matthew Carey is a documentary filmmaker and journalist. His work has appeared on Deadline.com, CNN, CNN.com, TheWrap.com, NBCNews.com and in Documentary magazine.