Wilby Wonderful is a 2004 film by Daniel MacIvor.
The film is a drama about the lives of several different inhabitants of a small island called Wilby, in the days leading up to a municipal festival. It focuses on the changes occurring in these characters lives as development comes to the island and threatens to change the world around them. The title comes from a sign created to promote the town; comically, it has been painted wrong, and says "Wilby Wonderful," as opposed to "Wonderful Wilby."
Wilby Wonderful was filmed in Shelburne, Nova Scotia.
The film received a 71% rating from Rotten Tomatoes (5 fresh and 2 rotten reviews).