"I want to bring people together. Having the lucky gift of traveling around the country with my newest feature documentary, I will be engaging in dialog with people of all backgrounds and religions while smashing barriers. Restoring Tomorrow is about hope, community and possibility around the globe. I'm Jewish, and one thing I continue to learn is that whatever religion you are, it doesn't matter because if you have a good heart and a kind soul, then you are making the world a better place.  And I can't wait to bring that discussion and my adventures to you.  Let the games begin!"    -- Aaron


Today, religious institutions are losing younger members and even closing their doors at an alarming rate.

Director Aaron Wolf’s personal journey of rediscovery comes alive in Restoring Tomorrow, an extraordinary story of a treasured local temple near demise saved by a Jewish community’s determination to achieve the impossible. Wilshire Boulevard Temple, a Los Angeles treasure built by the original Hollywood moguls, needs to raise millions to restore its majesty and vibrancy, thus also restoring the future of the Jewish community, the greater Los Angeles community—and on a personal level, Wolf himself.


Aaron Wolf is a director, actor and writer. An honors graduate from the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University, he is the co-founder of Howling Wolf Productions.

Aaron's narrative films and TV shows include the award-winning Guest House, starring Michael Gross and Heather Lind, The Walk, starring Oscar- and Emmy-nominee Peter Riegert and Wolf and the upcoming thriller TAR with Wolf, Timothy Bottoms and Graham Greene, a sports talk show and multiple shows for Warner Brothers Television.

Wolf’s newest film, Restoring Tomorrow, featuring his personal journey of rediscovery, has received extensive coverage in publications such as The Los Angeles Times, Tablet Magazine and The Times of Israel. Aaron Wolf also studied and worked with the comedy troupe The Groundlings.