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Kiwi doc CAMINO SKIES highest grossing documentary of 2019

CAMINO SKIES had an incredible opening in NZ and is the highest grossing opening weekend documentary of 2019.

Camino Skies is the highest grossing opening weekend documentary released in NZ cinemas for 2019 amassing a massive $80K opening weekend total.

Camino Skies finished 9th in the NZ weekend box office charts beating Stuber (week 1), Men in Black 3 (week 5), and Parasite (week 3).

Camino Skies had the 4th best opening weekend for any NZ or Australian documentary released in NZ in for the past three years.

To celebrate the release of Camino Skies, we've partnered with UTracks to give you the chance to walk your own Camino pilgrimage on a Sarria to Santiago self-guided Spanish trip.

AFTER SEEING THE FILM, ENTER BELOW: https://www.utracks.com/Camino-Skies

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