Gerold Opera House, Weyauwega

The 6th annual Weyauwega International Film Festival

November 9-12, 2016

Full schedule and tickets now available

50 films representing 18 countries.

2016 will mark the sixth annual Weyauwega International Film Festival in Weyauwega, Wisconsin.


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WIFF is held in the historic 1915 Gerold Opera House in Weyauwega, Wisconsin. The Gerold is owned and operated by Wega Arts, a 501c3 Arts Organization. Wega Arts is proud to present WIFF, now in it’s sixth year.

Weyauwega native Adam Zuelhke will be presenting his new short film CURED, a drama/horror dealing with the haunting aftermath of a pandemic. After being quarantined, Amy’s return home creates tension within her family. Can the once infected ever return to the life they’ve led before? Adam currently works and resides in Minneapolis. CURED screens Friday, November 11th at 9pm and again on Saturday, November 12th at 6:30pm.
gags-posterFour days of films from around the world. One of the many fine Wisconsin films we will be screening is the international sensation, Gags the Clown. Gags will screen Saturday, November 12th at 6:30PM

The Love Witchlove-witch-small-knife is a wild and bewitching romp in a 1960’s Technicolor fantasy world, screens Saturday, November 12th at 8PM

hudFree screening of HUD (1963) starring Paul Newman, introduced by Dr Jack Rhodes, Thursday, Nov 10, 1:30pm