|Cast: ||Michael Gross, Heather Lind, Mark Gessner|
|Crew: ||- Producer: Pete DiFolco
- Screenplay: Aaron Wolf & Dan Wolf
- Cinematography: Tim Nuttall
- Editing: Nick Rucka
- Music: Matt Heider & Dr. Dog
- Sound: Mike Holcomb
- Costume Designer: Yana Galbshtein
- Production Designer: Allison Marx|
Lance Wesley lost his job and fiancee on the same day. Depressed and downtrodden, he moves back into his parents' Guesthouse where he spent his youth. As he fights constantly with his frustrated and less-than-patient father, relics from his past pay him a visit. Will his past propel him forward?
Aaron Wolf chose to start making films before learning to read or write. He is an honors graduate from the Tisch School of Film and Television at NYU. He has has written, directed and starred in pilots for Warner Brothers and written a theatrical short for the Walt Disney Company. He has directed, written, and co-starred in award-winning shorts, including The LD, Fourth Time’s the Charm, and Imagine Reality.
Other projects have included: Directing a four-continent shoot for a promotional documentary on the International Honors Program, hosting and directing a sports shows of the Dodgers and Clippers for Cox TV, videos for software giant Adobe and commercials for the nation-wide youth soccer program Super Soccer Stars.
Furthermore, Aaron has directed multiple indie-pilots including a partnered pilot with animation studio Six Point Harness, a comedic film for USC, assisted in the writing with David Talbert on the upcoming Fox Searchlight feature Baggage Claim, promotional videos for Fashion Island, AdvoServ, W Magazine, Microsoft and Bing and many others, and directed and conducted celebrity interviews of stars ranging from Harrison Ford to Kobe Bryant to Gerard Butler and Mila Kunis for shows such as EXTRA! and Access Hollywood.
Among other things, Aaron is currently touring festivals around the country with his current film Guest House, starring Michael Gross. He is in post-production on his newest feature documentary Restoring Tomorrow as well as the narrative feature The Quitter and about to release HWP's newest film, The Walk, starring Peter Riegert, which Aaron wrote, directed and co-stars in.
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Guest House, our newest "dramedy"/"comedrama", centers around something many people can relate to: being in your early-30s, dumped, out of a job, fired as head of your ex-fiancé's family business and living in your parents' guest house with a none-to-happy father constantly bugging you to get your act together.
Okay, maybe not everybody can relate to that.
But, most people have had a break-up or been stuck wondering what to do with their life, what's next in their career, and had our parents telling us to get off our you-know-whats and do something about it. Our film Guest House represents all these things in a fun and fantastical way while sticking to its very real emotional core.
Relics from his past help Lance learn to grow up. And for every "Lance," there is also a father (or parental figure) frustrated by his son and who only wants what's best for his kid, but does not know quite how to communicate it.
As the writer and director of the film, I relate to all these aspects of the film and what inspired me to bring this vision to life. I'm not saying that everybody has had their childhood room come to life to tell them to grow up, but I do think that most people can find a piece of this film and plug it right into a piece in their life. And that is why I want people to come with me into the Guest House.