In 2012, Wolf wrote the film Guest House starring Michael Gross, Heather Lind and Mark Gessner. The film is based around real events in Wolf's life, and premiered at the historic TCL Chinese Theater for the HollyShorts Film Festival. In 2014, Wolf's production company, Howling Wolf Productions, produced The Quitter, an indie drama about a former baseball player who attempts to rebuild his relationship with his daughter. In 2014, Wolf wrote, directed and co-starred in The Walk alongside Peter Riegert. The film was adapted from an anecdote written in Rabbi David Wolpe's book “Why Faith Matters."
In 2016, Wolf completed Restoring Tomorrow, a documentary on the history and $150 million restoration of Wilshire Boulevard Temple, where Wolf’s grandfather Rabbi Alfred Wolf served for 50 years and where Aaron himself attended and was bar mitzvahed. The temple was built in 1929 and was designed in part by designers from Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, Universal Pictures and Warner Bros., much like a Hollywood set. Its “false facades” wore over time and the building became in danger of collapsing. In 2011, Rabbi Steven Leder began a campaign to raise money for the temple’s restoration and in 2013 the restoration was completed. Intertwined in the story of the restoration is Wolf's own rediscovery and reconnection to his temple, his family and to his Jewish faith.
The film premiered in Los Angeles at the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival on May 3, 2017. Since its premiere, Restoring Tomorrow has been acquired by 7th Art Releasing for sales and distribution. The film will also see a companion series through Michael Jay Solomon's faith-based streaming Service, Truli Media Group.