THE FILM

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he Sound of Violet is a romantic dramedy about a man who believes he found his perfect soulmate, but his autism keeps him from realizing she’s actually a prostitute. Based on the award-winning novel, the movie will help audiences experience autism and human trafficking through a new lens while they enjoy an entertaining movie. The Sound of Violet is rated PG-13 and will be released only in theaters on April 29, 2022.

A Very Sweet and Endearing Romantic Comedy

THE BLACKLIST SCREENPLAY REVIEW

THE IMPACT

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ore people are enslaved today than at any other time in world history, with the majority of them being girls and women.

The Sound of Violet presents a story that is both humorous and dramatic, making it easier for the audience to connect to the critical issues woven through the film. After advance test screenings, 100% of the surveyed audience responded that the movie helped them understand more about autism and trafficking, and 80% of the audience said the story drove them to want to do something to stop trafficking. The Sound of Violet engages audiences and leads them to want to make a difference.

Incredible characters and story”

CINEQUEST FILM FESTIVAL SCREENPLAY REVIEW

THE AWARDS

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he screenplay for The Sound of Violet was recognized by theses accolades:

Achieves the rare feat of being both funny and romantic.

BLUECAT SCREENPLAY COMPETITION REVIEW


BASED ON THE NOVEL

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he Sound of Violet is based on the acclaimed novel that has won numerous awards, including:

A wonderfully well-written, funny, romantic love story. This is not your average romance.

READERS’ FAVORITE NOVEL REVIEW

PARTNER WITH US

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powerful story can empower people to get behind vital issues for change. Through our strategic approach to distribution and community engagement, The Sound of Violet will reach a national and international audience. Our goal is to engage and empower our culture toward making a difference with human trafficking and autism. Click here to set up a time to connect with filmmaker Allen Wolf to discuss partnering with The Sound of Violet.

A lot of heart, poignancy, and charm.

COVERAGE INK SCREENPLAY REVIEW

  • Private sneak previews of the movie online to benefit organizations that fight trafficking or benefit autism. The film is rated PG-13.
  • Theatrical release on August 29, 2022, earning audience and press coverage.
  • Partnerships with influencers in the areas of trafficking, autism, faith, and media.
  • Screenings and discussions at universities, libraries, and churches.
  • Grassroots faith outreach to churches and faith communities.
  • Educational and discussion materials to facilitate important conversations.

Entertaining, well-paced, and highly visual. A charming, humorous, and hopeful tale.”

KIRKUS BOOK REVIEW

THE FILMMAKER

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LLEN WOLF has won multiple awards as an author, filmmaker, and game creator. He is also the host of the popular Navigating Hollywood podcast. Allen wrote The Sound of Violet novel, which garnered multiple awards. His first film, In My Sleep, won numerous accolades and was distributed around the world. His NYU senior thesis film, Harlem Grace, was a finalist for the Student Academy Awards. Allen married his Persian princess, and they’re raising their kids in Los Angeles. He loves traveling around the world and hearing people’s life stories. Allen wrote, directed, and produced the feature film adaption of The Sound of Violet.