WHO IS VIOLETTE FOR?

 
Shooting a two-time Academy Award nominee at point blank

Shooting a two-time Academy Award nominee at point blank

DIRECTORs AND PRODUCERS

Imagine if you had total creative freedom.

No safety concerns to worry about. No odd shooting angles. No long wait for CGI to complete their work. No DITs on set.

No permits or licenses. No international restrictions on transport. No insurance safety reports. And no jams or delays.

Everything in-camera. 100% safe.

This would have saved me a call to Spielberg and Tony Blair, when we did Band of Brothers
— Mikael Salomon, director
Can you deliver for Rambo V in two weeks?
— Jonathan Yunger, Executive Producer
Grand old dame of Danish theatre, firing Violette on “Hotel Paradis”

Grand old dame of Danish theatre, firing Violette on “Hotel Paradis”

CAST

No one should go to work, fearing for their safety.

Working with firearms has been a notorious problem for cast and crew throughout filmmaking history.

Our technology allows for 100% safe acting and re-acting, without the fear for anything going awry.

Aim and shoot. Anywhere you please.

I learned about this and was thrilled that someone finally solved this problem!
— Pilou Asbæk, actor
The replica worked amazingly! At was an all and all authentic experience, but without any hazards
— Bodil Jørgensen, actress
Huw Reynolds of Stage Combat Norway, testing his new M4A1 Violette

Huw Reynolds of Stage Combat Norway, testing his new M4A1 Violette

PROPMASTERS AND ARMORERS

Servicing productions on your terms, not the customs guy’s.

Shipping firearms, acquiring units and providing a high service to productions, using blanks, is getting increasingly difficult.

With Violette there are no permits, licenses, blank loads, blast shields, training or the fear of a jam, during shoots.

Plug and play firearms for films.

I think it totally rocks! After we finished filming,all crew members lined up to get a chance to shoot it.
— Steve Wolf, Wolf Stunt Works
I don’t know how you did it,but you did what everyone else tried and failed at
— Hummer Højmark, Danish Special Effects Service