Life After Oblivion

Directed by Floyd Strayer

 “Life After Oblivion” is the story of a Marine sniper returning from Afghanistan and the ghosts that come with him. It focuses on a single traumatic event among many. The screenplay is based on the true story “Oblivion” written by veteran Adam Stone as a way to show what veterans struggle with when they return home.


About the Filmmaker

Floyd Strayer started stand-up at 58 and acting at 60. Strayer’s 90-year-old mother showed many times through her life, you are never too old to try something new.

Strayer is actively pursuing acting with North County Players in Escondido, CA. Strayer’s most notable roles were Mark Twain in “Mark Twain: A Christmas Carol”, written and directed by Charles Carr, and Mr. Otto Frank in “The Diary of Anne Frank”, directed by Melissa Malloy.

Strayer is currently producing and directing a new comedy series called “The Smartlys”, due to be released in 2021.

Plays in

Shorts Block | Local Dramas

Shorts Block | Local Dramas

From San Diego area filmmakers, these short dramas range from two combat stories, a period piece, and a clever first-person memoirs.

Dates & Times
Past
GIFFSD Website

Fri, May 21
6:15 pm