See “Santa Girl” At Home On-Demand!
It will also be available on-demand starting Aug. 30.
See “Santa Girl” in theaters locally!
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Winchester will also premiere the movie on Aug. 30 and plans to run one showing a day for a week. Special screenings with a Q&A with Weaver to follow will be held at 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. Aug. 31.
See “Santa Girl” in theaters nationwide!
Starting on Aug. 30, the holiday fantasy will run for one week in:
- Los Angeles
- Washington, D.C.
On Sept. 6, it will premiere for one week in:
Gravitas Ventures, a Red Arrow Studios company, announced in June that it had acquired worldwide rights to the movie, excluding Germany. Founded in 2006, Gravitas connects independent filmmakers and producers with distribution opportunities across the globe.
Learn more about “Santa Girl”
The movie tells the story of how Santa Claus’ only daughter, Cassie Claus, goes off to college while trying to keep her magic powers and famous father a secret. At school, Cassie is pursued by two boys: sweetly awkward Sam and handsome and wealthy J.R. As her impending arranged marriage looms to the son of Jack Frost, Cassie struggles with her feelings for Sam and her obligation to her father and Christmas.
DiFranco, who has been music supervisor for Universal Studios, Sony Pictures and Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit, paired with Mike Elliott, owner of Capital Arts Entertainment, to bring “Santa Girl” to Shenandoah. They hired Weaver to write the film.
Our goal at Shenandoah University was to educate students by doing. We wanted students to experience working on and acting in a commercial feature film, going beyond the ‘student’ filmmaking model. We think we accomplished that with ‘Santa Girl.’ We feel this establishes the Shenandoah University film department as one of the most unique programs in academia. Capital Arts has informed us that they would very much like to make another feature film with us. That, to me, is a sign of true success.”
Paul DiFranco | Director of the film studio at Shenandoah University