Santa Claus’ only daughter wants to experience the “real world” before she must marry the son of Jack Frost, a boy she has never met, and take over the family business. Along with her trusty elf, Cassie Claus sets off to college while trying to keep her magic powers and famous father a secret. At school Cassie is pursued by two boys: Sam, sweetly awkward and J.R., handsome and wealthy. As her impending arranged marriage looms, Cassie struggles with her feelings for Sam and her obligation to her father and Christmas.
Santa Girl premiered in theaters nationwide August 30, 2019! It was viewed by moviegoers in Winchester, Los Angeles, Dallas, Orlando, Washington, D.C., Seattle, Cleveland, Minneapolis, Boston, and Detroit.
See “Santa Girl” At Home On-Demand!
It will also be available on-demand starting Aug. 30.
See “Santa Girl” in theaters locally!
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Fall 2018 introduced a rebuilt course to Shenandoah University.
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Behind the Scenes of Santa Girl
Shenandoah University's Mass Communications Department and Capital Arts Entertainment have created a one-of-a-kind partnership between a film company and a university to co-produce the commercial film!
Shenandoah students served as crew (and often cast members) in the holiday tale about Santa's daughter, which filmed on Shenandoah's main campus and in the Winchester area in October and November 2017. Work on the movie will continue at Shenandoah during the spring 2018 semester, as students handle post-production tasks, such as editing.
Shenandoah University is co-producing “Santa Girl” starring Barry Bostwick and Jennifer Stone!
The film may be available for the 2018 holiday season.
Bostwick will play a slimmed-down and all-business Santa who hasn’t recovered from the loss of his wife, Mrs. Claus, with Stone playing his daughter. The story will focus on the daughter’s desire to attend college despite her father’s misgivings. After he eventually relents, she must navigate a strange new world while keeping the identity of her iconic father—and her own magic—a secret.