Howling Wolf Productions ‘Guest House’ to Premiere at HollyShorts Film Festival

Howling Wolf Productions (HWP) is pleased to announce the premiere of its latest short film GUEST HOUSE as part of the HollyShorts Film Festival on Sunday, August 18 at 11:30 a.m. at the famed TCL Chinese Theatre.

Directed and written by award-winning director Aaron Wolf, HWP’s GUEST HOUSE stars Michael Gross (Family Ties, Tremors, How I Met Your Mother), Heather Lind (HBO’s Boardwalk Empire, AMC’s Turn), and Mark Gessner (Upright Citizens Brigade, Netflix’s Orange is the New Black). In this film, a man in his early thirties loses his job and fiancé on the same day and has to move back to his parents’ guesthouse. Down on his luck, little does he know that things from his past might help him propel forward.

GUEST HOUSE will be unveiled in competition during the week-long HollyShorts Film Festival, one of the largest shorts festivals in the country. Tickets for GUEST HOUSE are available at

About Howling Wolf Productions

Founded by principals Aaron Wolf and Tim Nuttall, HWP is a full-service production company that tells stories of all kinds. These stories take all forms, from a documentary shot on four continents about the International Honors Program to TV commercials, to a Disney Channel music video, to pilots for Warner Brothers, to celebrity interviews with Harrison Ford and Antonio Banderas, to sports coverage of the Dodgers for Cox TV. Having recently been written up in Variety, HWP has a full slate on the horizon including films starring Peter Riegert, Natasha Lyonne and a feature documentary on the restoration of the historic Wilshire Boulevard Temple and the relationship between Judaism, Los Angeles and the birth of Hollywood.

About HollyShorts

HollyShorts Film Festival is an annual short film festival showcasing the best and brightest short films from around the globe. HollyShorts is devoted to featuring the very best through screenings, Q&A sessions and networking events. The HollyShorts Film festival premieres the top short films, 30- minutes or less.

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