“Oh Sheep!” on YouTube

Fresh from the 168 Film Festival, here is “Oh Sheep!”:

CREDITS:

Written & Produced by Aaron D. Ybarra

Directed by Brian Vann

D. P. & Editor… Zachary Aro

On-set Photographer & Poster Design… Natalie Kalinski

Cast

Ziek… Kerem Erdinc

Dave… Kurt Vann

Sheep… Zachary Aro

Special Thanks… Jesus Christ, Katie Ybarra, Susan Shearer & John Ware

Turn it Back to One: the Aaron D. Ybarra Debut Album

Genre: beach/folk

  1. It’s a Brand New Day: Aaron D. Ybarra, vocals & acoustic guitar. Brad Weinholtz, bass, mandolin & electric guitar
  2.  Long Way to Paris: Aaron D. Ybarra, vocals, percussion, acoustic & electric guitar
  3. California: Aaron D. Ybarra, vocals, acoustic guitar. Ben Meler, bass
  4. Endure: Aaron D. Ybarra, vocals, acoustic & electric guitar
  5. Let’s Go: Aaron D. Ybarra, vocals, ukulele, bongos, bass & rain stick
  6. Division: Aaron D. Ybarra, acoustic guitar
  7. Take Your Picture: Aaron D. Ybarra, vocals. Brad Weinholtz, electric guitar. Danny Ybarra, steel drum & mixing
  8. Turn it Back to One: Aaron D. Ybarra, vocals & electric guitar

Special thanks: Jesus Christ, Katie Ybarra, Danny Ybarra, Brad Weinholtz, and Ben Meler.

168 Film Festival (2016): Tickets on Sale Now!

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168 Film Festival: Get your tickets now!

Hey y’all,

Tickets are now on sale via TicketLeap for the 2016 edition of the 168 Film Festival. Lots of great films will be shown, including our new comedy, “Oh Sheep!” The show runs Saturday, Aug. 20 through Sunday, Aug. 21. Click the picture or link provided to get your tickets.

Enjoy the show!

-a.

To Be Yours

It’s late

Our breaths

are quick and excited

the warm blood of life

pumps swiftly through

our veins.

 

We’re laughing

with a bottle of barrel-aged Sauvignon Blanc in hand

There’re reruns playing on TV

It’s Thursday, nothing exciting about a Thursday, except us.

I kiss you with my sloppy-drunk smile

You kill me with those emerald eyes

 

I’ve loved you since the moment I saw you,

walking down those stairs at Grand Central Station

The rails were thrumming

and the same ol’ elevator BS was playing’ on the airwaves

Light and sound exited the room

the moment you arrived.

 

So here we are. Cheers to you & us, God

& everyone.

Close the blinds and let’s celebrate

Let’s howl to the moon.

It’s you and me,

today,

forever.

 

I’m so lucky to be yours!