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Weyauwega International Film Festival


WIFF 2013 - November 14-17 The 3rd annual Weyauwega International Film Festival winners have been announced:

Best Narrative Short Film: VOWS
Best Narrative Feature Film: MOURNING HAS BROKEN
Best Documentary Short Film: THE LADY IN #6
Best Documentary Feature Film: MIKES MIGRATION

See the Official Selections for 2013

Festival Opener MIDNIGHT LACE

Thursday 11/14, 1:30pm - Free Admission

This psychological thriller was a traumatic change of pace for Doris Day. The film also stars Rex Harrison. 1960

Introduced by Dr. Jack Rhodes

Opening Night Feature 9 FULL MOONS

Thursday 11/14, 7pm

Frankie and Lev, two radically different personalities, take a stab at a relationship. The couple struggle with their personal demons as they try to hold on to one another against insurmountable odds. Set against the country tinged, singer-songwriter hipster music scene of East LA, the result is a chaotic brooding love story. Directed by Tomer Almagor. Wisconsin Premiere

Friday 7pm, Saturday 4pm

WIFF 2013 Features 38 Films From 14 Countries

Friday Night Fright Night

ESCAPE FROM TOMORROW 7pm - The Film Disney Doesn't want you to see!


Saturday - Films all day and awards reception at 9pm

Friday 9pm

Schedule for the 2013 Weyauwega International Film Festival

Thursday, November 14th

1:30 PM Midnight Lace (1960) - USA - Free Admission Narrative Feature
4:00 PM The Lady In Number 6 - Canada/USA Documentary Short
5:00 PM Shorts
The No Name Painting Association - USA/China Documentary Short
Gears - USA/Wisconsin Narrative Short
Rose, Mary & Time - UK Narrative Short
7:00 PM 9 Full Moons - USA Narrative Feature
9:00 PM Mourning Has Broken - Canada Narrative Feature

Friday, November 15th

12:00 PM If Only Cats Could Talk - USA Documentary Feature
1:00 PM Tough Ain't Enough: Albert S. Ruddy - USA Documentary Feature
2:30 PM A Circus Life - USA Documentary Feature
4:15 PM I’m tremendously happy that I am going to play Golf - Egypt Documentary Feature
5:30 PM Shorts
There She Is - USA Documentary Short
Table for Two - USA/Wisconsin Narrative Short
Impression XPS 100 - Iran Narrative Short
15 Minutes With Jacob - USA  Narrative Short
7:00 PM Escape From Tomorrow - USA Narrative Feature
9:00 PM Billy Club - USA/Wisconsin Narrative Feature
10:30 PM Don't Go to the Reunion - USA/Wisconsin Narrative Feature

Saturday, November 16th

10:30 AM Shorts
Seryoga - Russia Narrative Short
The Fall- Belgium Narrative Short
Love at First Sight - UK Narrative Short
Pascals Wager - Mexico/Spain Narrative Short
12:00 PM Pints and Pins - USA/Wisconsin Documentary Feature
1:30 PM Shorts
More Than Two Hours - Iran Narrative Short
Different - Germany Narrative Short
In the Nick of Time - Spain Narrative Short
2:30 Mikes Migration - USA Documentary Feature
4:00 PM Escape From Tomorrow - USA Narrative Feature
6:00 PM Shorts
Vows - USA/Wisconsin Narrative Short
KAPPA the 5th Part 3 - Japan Narrative Short
Caroline - USA/Wisconsin Narrative Short
7:30 PM The Great Chicken Wing Hunt - USA Documentary Feature
9:00 PM Awards Ceremony & Party

Sunday, November 17th

11:00 AM Shorts
The Heat - Poland Narrative Short
Tozeret Bait - Israel Narrative Short
The Cold Side of the Pillow - Spain Narrative Short
Zibidi - Kosovo Narrative Short
12:30 PM The Price of Sand - USA/Wisconsin Documentary Feature
2:00 PM Houdini - USA/Wisconsin Documentary Feature
3:15 PM Wingmen Incorporated - USA Narrative Feature
4:45 PM Tilt - USA Narrative Feature

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All screenings will take place in the historic Gerold Opera House in Weyauwega. We have concessions with fresh popcorn as well as a full bar.

Directions to the Gerold

This event had been made possible with support from the Waupaca Area Community FoundationWaupaca Area Community Foundation

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