Aaron Wolf and Restoring Tomorrow featured on ABC with famed entertainment reporter George Pennacchio.
The stars came out for a very special screening of Restoring Tomorrow last week at the Laemmle Fine Arts Theater in Beverly Hills. The screening of the never-before-seen, expanded film was in conjunction with the annual Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival.
Among those in attendance were actor Joseph Culp, recording artist and composer Craig Taubman, mogul Michael Jay Solomon and Stranger Things star Matthew Modine. Rabbi Steve Leder also attended joining Wolf for a Q&A following the film, as well as honoring famed LA architect Brenda Levin for her work on renovating and reconstructing the Wilshire Boulevard Temple.
The Wolf Pack has partnered with Truli, an online, video subscription network focused on faith-based content, to produce an exclusive show based around Restoring Tomorrow. Aaron Wolf's experiences will be documented as he travels to communities across the nation and around the world sharing the film’s message on hope, faith and history.
Truli offers family entertainment to millions of subscribers and we are thrilled to offer them exclusive content. Keep an eye out for more announcements on this exciting development!
This coming week, HWP takes Restoring Tomorrow to the Miami Jewish Film Festival and then to the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival. The documentary features Wolf on a journey of rediscovery and tells the remarkable story of Los Angeles' Wilshire Boulevard Temple near demise, saved by a Jewish community’s determination to achieve the impossible.
Restoring Tomorrow first screens in Miami on Monday, January 23rd and then Tuesday, January 24th. The film will then feature at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival on Friday January 27th. Aaron Wolf is scheduled to appear at all screenings.
For ticket and theater information, call MJFF at 1-888-585-3456 and visit AJFF here.
Last week, Aaron Wolf hopped over to the East coast to join the Miami Jewish Film Festival (MJFF) for their 20th annual Stars Party. It was a celebratory evening of fun, film and friends at the Miami Beach Cinematheque. As the special guest of honor, Wolf presented an exclusive preview of Restoring Tomorrow and spoke after the screening.
Wolf will return to Miami in January when the film screens at MJFF, one of the largest Jewish film festivals in the country.
Continuing its preview tour, Restoring Tomorrow played to a delighted packed house last week at the Irmas Campus Theater in West LA.
The screening finished with a Q&A led by acclaimed USC film professor Michael Renov. Stayed tuned to the HWP blog as well as HWP social for more info on upcoming screenings.