Santa's Letters

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Released 2009

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2009
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Santa's Letters is a full-length comedy feature for the whole family. It was shown at the Burbank International Children's Film Festival and the Bare Bones International Film Festival. This innovative film features adult actors portraying children and it will delight and surprise you. The story: Ten-year-old Edward Krieger doesn't want Santa Claus to stop by this year. Why not? Because there's too much yelling at his house. Claus himself writes back: "Ed, you threw Santa Claus for a loop. The last time somebody told me not to come, the guy's name was Scrooge. I had to send out three of my best people to work him over." Thus begins an innocent correspondence. But Mr. Claus is a busy man, and Edward is busy himself, growing up, beginning to notice a certain Miss Shannon Lunt... and helping his family through a rough time. Through his letters, Santa inspires Eddie to bring Christmas to his family and friends all year long -- even when that means doing something yucky like telling his big sister that he loves her. Of course, Santa picks up a few pointers along the way from his young prot?g? as well. But as Eddie's family continues to struggle with loss and new hopes, Eddie asks one more Christmas wish of The Fellow In The Red Suit. This time Eddie needs a real miracle. Starring Joe Greco, William Mendieta, Jonathan Arkin, Mary Laina, Tom Schanley, Sally Anne Smith, and Rena Heinrich. Music by David Shepherd Grossman and Erich Izdepski. Titles and Animation by Alan Estridge. Produced by Lisa Otto. Written, Executive Produced, and Directed by Emmett Loverde. Filmed in and around Los Angeles.moreless
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    Animation, Comedy

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    Family Comedies, christmas